Be a man and ask her about her alleged cheating.
If you have a scanner that is Wi-Fi compatible, you can send it to your phone. If not email it to yourself. Open it on your phone and download it.
You may be able to sue but it would cost you more than the phone is worth.
Cell phones have become security blanket? Etiquette depends on the person like difference between civilized and cultured?
Phones have become an extension of our hands this generation. With the "world" at our fingertips it seems like a good idea until you look up from your phone and realize your kids have grown. Phones have become babysitters, teachers, back seat drivers, dates, movie theaters, spouses, musicians, heck even our bankers. It is really … Read more
Just hearing cell phone conversations annoy me in churches, grocery stores, the movies, theatres, while driving, at restaurants. Studies show hearing the one side of a cell phone yapper distracts us even more because we aren't privy to the other side of the conversation.
The ones snuck in at work annoy me even more. That includes … Read more
Today at lunch we were at a very nice place. A man, woman and two teens sat next to us. Not one of them spoke to each other the whole meal.
I've had that happen in various places before.
I once took out my phone, went over and sat next to him, and had an imaginary conversation on my phone about 6 inches from his other ear.
End of problem.
How could he hear anything on his phone? Every time I go to that type of restaurant I can't hear anything but the clanging of the utensils on the griddle and only about half of what the chef is saying.
I agree the guy was rude and frankly the management should have asked him to … Read more
Cell phone ettiiquite is horrible. People are on their phones at the cash registers or counters when paying. They can't even stay off them while driving which is usually dangerous. I went to eat at an IHOP after work last night. There were two seperate couples near me. Both sets were on their cell phones … Read more
I think it's sad. It's too bad that restaurants can't have a "silent your phones" policy so that people would have to leave the dining room area to make or receive calls.
I prefer face to face conversation. My wife and I leave our phones in the vehicle when we are out. If it is an important call they can leave a message. I seen something similar the last time we were out. This couple might have said 4 or 5 sentences to each other the whole … Read more
So, I took my wife and 2 of my daughters to one of those Japanese steakhouses where they prepare the meal in front of you: flames, flipping utensils, the whole nine. Dinner and a show.
There was a 35-ish gent a couple of tables over who yapped and laughed on his large cell phone … Read more
Say hello quietly, so they have to put there ear closer, then blow a whistle done the phone. Then block the number.
They are phishing? Lot of independent illegal servers hooked on to local exchanges and by passing it to provide tele calls at half the price. It is upto you whether get suckered and go wanky or straight?