In my experience, the conversation is usually..."Hey, what are you doing?""Nothing. What are you doing?""Nothing. Just talking to you."Etc, etc...
My 23 yr old son answers the phone,"Yeah, whazzup?"I hate that.
How about, "Hey"?
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I love how the cell phones in the comic are still outdated.What did the truly current cell phone say to the other current cell phone?"That's right, our ancestors once had a 10-key pad, antennas, and couldn't play Angry Birds in 3D."
I like the tail reference which I take as an evolution reference. Maybe it's just the people that can remember actually using rotary dials and knocking over things with the long cords on the kitchen phones that like this cartoon. Cars at one time came with cranks (other than the driver) but it doesn't catch my attention much because I never cranked one (car not a driver).I like this cartoon.
Linda: "Hey"? Are you a southern girl? I lived in VA 8 yrs and everybody said "Hey". Anon: Not sure if this was a spam or not but it sounds sincere w/ the translator and all. thanks for visiting my blog.Beer: How observant of you to point that out. I think the next commentator, Bill Lisle, and I didn't nnotice so much because we did grow up with rotary dials & snaggled cords. Bill: Glad to hear it was the car not the driver. hahahahahahaha!!!
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