texting is a way of life

@jwiz168 (140)
July 17, 2007 9:27pm CST
As people come to the technoligical age, texting becomes a habit. Now people use their cellphone more often than their cars. Communication takes a big factor in our daily lives. Texting has become a way of life as eating, sleeping and leisures.
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@dheaja (171)
• Indonesia
18 Jul 07
Yeah it's been a way of life to most of people in this world. Some of my friends almost never put their cellphone. Seems like they always texting all the time. It's a great way to keep in touch with other.
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@ngobis (237)
• Philippines
21 Jul 07
Texting is a way of life for us here in the Philippines. More people use text as a means of communication than calling. And now with the advent of unlimited text for a small fee offered by the 3 major providers, its definitely a way of life. As a matter of fact, we have the lowest text rates in the world.
• Philippines
19 Jul 07
texting nowadays is a easy as eating peanuts. actually if i go out from the my house or from the office and i forgot to bring my phone its like a sin and i have to get back because its as if i can't live without my phone its where i get to connect with my friends and its where i do business.
• Canada
18 Jul 07
Even though I have text, AOL instant messagin, and e-mail capabilities on my cellphone, I have never ever used them. I used the "games" feature one day when I was bored, in a waiting room somewhere with nothing to read, and I have used the calendar, calculator and alarm clock features, but I've never used the other features on my cellphone.