I’m not sure how many of you are aware of it, but there is a big difference between “my phone rings” and “I start to text.
While I agree that the phrase “it rings” sounds silly, we tend to think of our phone as a “ring.” The phone really is what you ring, and that is what we are talking about. The phone is what gives you the opportunity to text or call someone, and while you may often think of your phone as something that rings, this is not really how most people think of it.
When you get into touch with someone, it’s not really just a phone call, it’s more than that. It’s more like an extension of your body, and we’re talking about your body here. This is not to say that texting or calling someone is necessarily something we shouldn’t do, but we feel that a phone call or text isn’t really enough, regardless of the reasons.
You think you have an easier time getting into the new world or new ways of life than you do. You have to know that your friends are going to be there and you’re not.
I think the biggest difference between texting and a phone call is actually the medium. A phone call is the only way for you to be intimate with someone. Texting, on the other hand, allows you to have those connections without having to talk to the person. You just send a message or text. You dont have to talk to the person to know theyre going to reply. This is the reason why I feel texting is the more intimate form of communication.
Just a question on that.
In the end it goes to make it easier for everyone to see each other. That’s the only way I can make it through the day and stay engaged.
This works perfectly for me because its the only way to have a conversation with someone, no matter how busy I am. It is the one thing that will keep me from going mad and doing something stupid. I can send a text message and I can text and I can talk to you. If you text, it will be to your phone. If you talk to someone on the phone, it will be to their phone.