The Most Annoying new tech habits

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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby Gentleman » 13th January 2016, 17:53

One of the most annoying things for me in this hi tech age is women who are busy talking on the phone and when a gentleman such as myself opens a door for them they don't even bother to say thank you because they are consumed by their phone conversation. There was a day when women appreciated gentlemen such as myself.
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby Europe lelo » 14th January 2016, 12:52

It could be the gay pants you wear
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby mukolwe » 14th January 2016, 14:46

ba gentleman, thanks for holding open a door for a lady who's hands were probably full.

....continue being a gentleman and doing what's right not because you expect anything in return but because it's the right thing to do

kalebalika mukwai
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby Gentleman » 15th January 2016, 00:56

Europe lelo wrote :
> It could be the gay pants you wear


iwe, it's only January. stop breaking my ribs.


ba Mukolwe, I will heed your words of wisdom.
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby cypher diaz » 15th January 2016, 09:36

1. Taking a long private call during hours
2. People that assume that because the communication device is theirs, or because its an in coming call, they can take / make calls at any time for as long as they want
3. Transfer of SMS language 2 ril lyfe bcoz itz :)
4. People that insist on shouting on the phone in public
5. Texting incessantly at the dinner table/ during meetings
6. Powerpoint presentations with full text instead of key points bulleted (its powerpoint not powernovella)
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby Konga » 15th January 2016, 20:07

People who answer fake calls just so they can show off their brand new phone.

People who leave grease around their mouth without washing it off just so that everyone can know they ate meat for supper

People who tell each other, send me a Twitter, even though they don't even have a Twitter account, they just want people to think they do
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby Kasadiya » 15th January 2016, 22:04

What about people who splash cold water all over you? because they were busy texting until the fell into the water fountain
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby anchilada » 15th January 2016, 22:48

People who take pictures with their phone camera, just for show. I saw a kaponya in Lusaka taking picture of clouds. My jaw dropped right there where I stood
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby kandolo » 16th January 2016, 16:09

Chicks and selfies with their pouting lips.

Expensive phones with no airtime

people with more than 1 phone

Constantly carrying vi ma power bank
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Re: The Most Annoying new tech habits

Postby kasava » 19th January 2016, 02:47

People who receive stupid emails from their stupid friends and then they forward the stupid email to everyone in their contacts list, oblivious to the fact that spreading stupidity is nothing to be proud of.
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