Can you live without your cellphone?

Montreal, Quebec
February 12, 2012 9:22am CST
I can't go a day with using my phone. I'm always texting my girlfriend, friends and family I tried going a week with texting, i couldn't do it! :( how about you, can you live without your cell phone? Or how long have you gone without using a cell phone?
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15 responses
@no_ming (137)
• Philippines
18 Feb 12
I can live a day without cellphone. Especially when it just a regular day. my friends know that I don't have a load to text them back if they will text me. Except only if it is important day that I need to text them back because we have an agreement .
@Jatada (291)
• India
18 Feb 12
Yes if it is a matter of only one day than i can live without it but not more than it.Also i dont have load of texts like you but in great occassions i have to text than i get confused what to text.
@shebacs (178)
• Philippines
21 Mar 12
I can live without a cellphone. Maybe its because the people close to me live near me so its better to see them in person rather than texting them/
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@Jatada (291)
• India
18 Feb 12
In a true sense i cant live without my cellphone as i use it for earning as i work on mylot with it and other sites.But i dont do texting with it just make a call and not more than it.But it is a great source of earning online for me.
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@ravi770 (248)
• India
29 Jun 12
no i can't live without my cell phone.... this is very important for me, even when i sleep that time my phone is in my pocket... i love messaging...i messaged 600 daily to my friends... i use my cell phone for entertainment even i see movies in it... playing games , chatting , music many more thing... now this days its very important for time pass...
@rosekiss (30057)
• Eugene, Oregon
24 Apr 12
Since I use my cellphone everyday for voice calls, I do need it with me wherever I go, and if I forget it and leave it home, then I feel really lost without it. I have gone without my cellphone a few times, and I certainly did miss not having it. I do like to do some surfing too, while I am out as well. I try to charge my phone up either at night while sleeping, or early in the morning after I get up before I do any errands and such, so that I will have it with me. Take care, and happy mylotting.
@utopia96 (641)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 12
i can't live without cellphone,cellphone very importan for me
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
17 Feb 12
I cannot live without my cell phone because my communication needs depends upon cell phone I will not be able to communicate without cellphone.So cellphone is must . Hare Krishna Garnesh
@digidogo (446)
• Philippines
13 Feb 12
There were several times in my life that I thought I could not live without a cellphone. It was integrated into my life. I used it to communicate with friends and family, mark my appointments, check birthdays, as an alarm clock, as a watch, listen to music, take pictures and videos with it, pass time by playing games when out of the house, etc. See how much we can do with a phone? Then...my phone had a problem and it came to a point wherein it required repair. I delayed repair for some couple of weeks because I did not have the time to do so and that was when I realized that I could live without a phone. To answer your question..YES I can live without my cellular phone
@nyang1984 (464)
• Philippines
13 Feb 12
i sometimes cannot live without my cellphone.. especially on working days,,i keep on texting my sister in law hows my kid doing... and it's also useful for emergency calls... happy lotting! :)
@hunibani (720)
• Philippines
13 Feb 12
I can live without cellphone. Just try to recall our life before without cellphone. We are able to live, and can enjoy life. Hmm. At least for me, I am not too fan of cellphones.
@myg2012 (28)
• Philippines
13 Feb 12
I can live without a cell phone for a day or two only. I once assisted in schistosomiasis treatment in an community where there is no signal so it is impossible to use the cell phones. I stayed there for two and a half days and I felt so anxious because I'm used to calling up my kids especially when I'm away from home. I feel so frustrated and I have no choice but to adapt the situation. Today a cell phone is a necessity, it's like a part of our clothing that needs to be there to make us at ease and comfortable in our daily activities.
13 Feb 12
I can live without my cell phone, I can have an enjoyable life without texting, and I have gone most of my life without using one. However, that doesn't mean I want to or would be willing to go back to it. It's a convenience that enables me to always have entertainment as long as the battery is charged which I appreciate because I get bored easily. Although, if money becomes tight my cellphone would be one of the first things to go.
@himzey (1321)
• India
12 Feb 12
Well.. a yes and a no.. I don't text a lot.. neither do I have someone to call to, except my pals. And usually they are the ones initiating it. I have a habit of keeping myself occupied so I don't find myself in the state where my life would seem boring to me. So.. yeah.. I can live without my cellphone. But on the other hand I have this habit of picking up my cell with the first sound of the ringtone. I am too anxious to reply when someone calls or needs my help. So you see its like, if I keep my cellphone away for a while and someone calls during that time..?? Boy..! I'll kick myself for not replying at the first time.. So its a bit of confusing situation for me.. I don't need it to fulfill my needs but just to be in touch with everybody..
• Philippines
12 Feb 12
Yes, I can live without my cellphone. I was born without my cellphone therefore I can also live without it. One of the most common thing that we people do is to be dependent on our gadgets. We shouldn't be like that, We should put a limitation to our attachment.
• Netherlands
12 Feb 12
I can live without a cell phone but i think it is just to good to do not use it. You can easy contact other people by sending a text message or just call them. it is one of the best things the made in the last 50 years. I use my phone everyday for the news, text message and vids on youtube and music. It is very easy to use and everyone have one on the moment.