Let’s face it: We’re living in a technological world. Sometimes I wish we could rewind time to the meet-cutes of yesteryear and run into someone interesting and dateworthy while we’re waiting for our morning brew at the coffee shop. Instead, a growing number of people are meeting on online dating sites, and their initial social contact is often a text message. Unfortunately, texting has created an expectation of communication without any definable subtext.
I was scrolling through my social media and saw a post on how people dislike receiving voicemail preferring, instead, to receive texts. Some people would say that it wastes time to leave a voicemail because they would never listen to it. However, my argument is that you are wasting the other person’s time by having them repeat themselves when you don’t listen to their minute-long voicemail.
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