What phone/texting things that some older generation still do that, in the current age, is unacceptable? What’s yours? I’ll start…
Receiving a text with “can you call me back?”. Just that. No intro, no context.
To me this is the most anxiety inducing message one can receive. The most recent time happened to me got me anxious. Called back and the person was not answering. Created so much anxiety for a few hours that I can’t focus.
When we finally talk, it was that the person wanted to invite me to a show they’re putting up at Christmas. Urgh.
- good morning whatsapp picture/quotes .. i dont really have a big problem with it but its so awkward and idk how to reply. but if i don’t reply i will look rude tho 😫
- In a similar vein, those WhatsApp stickers, pictures, and even videos whenever there’s a festive holiday.
Xmas send one time, dong zhi send one time, new year one time, CNY another time. Then you multiply that with about 10 adults who are around 40 to 50 y/o. You can see how it gets spam-filled very easily.
- In relation to OP’s example, really don’t like when people text “Hi ____” and nothing more. Then its on you to type a hi back, then wait for the other person to come back online, then type in whatever the fk they intended to say or ask in the first place. Ultimate time wasters.
- understand not everyone can multitask but boomers coming to a full stop in the middle of a crowded walkway to send a text/fiddle with their phone are the worst.
- Anyone writing texts with more emojis 🧘🏻♂️🌍🌦️🍞🚗📞🎉❤️🍆🍑 than words.
We haven’t communicated with hieroglyphs since 300AD. If you’re going to write like ancient Egyptians, I am just going to assume that you are really old.
- The usual “Happy Birthday ____! 🎉🥳🎂🎁🎈🎊” in family whatsapp groups and sadly I myself have became accustomed to it
- Typing their messages like this…for some reason…they like to put multiples fullstops…makes everyone sound like they are ‘done with life’…