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Help! Aibu or I'm becoming an IPad addict?

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btfly2 Wed 28-Dec-16 21:55:36

I start feeling a bit concerned...I'm keeping it with me most of the time and consulting it for lots of things every day...is it me or anyone else think these small gadgets are "amazing and don't know how I was living before it was invented " ...I'm sorry I might sound like crazy!

Birdsgottafly Wed 28-Dec-16 22:05:43

I love having the power of google, even if it's just for completely trivial stuff. It's saves guesswork and arguments.

e1y1 Wed 28-Dec-16 22:09:31

Well yes, you ARE addicted, however, so is the rest of the Universe.

I used to work for a moby company dealing with mobiles/ipads, broadband etc and when customers were without their gadget for any reason, you would have honestly thought they were dying.

Madness, but it is the way of the world now.

StillStayingClassySanDiego Wed 28-Dec-16 22:13:30

We went out for lunch today. When we sat down a lot of the people already there were tapping away on phones and ignoring their lunch companions, no one seemed bothered.

WellErrr Wed 28-Dec-16 22:18:28

It's quite sad I think.

Easily done though, without realising. I make a conscious effort to put my iphone in another room now so I'm not just constantly flicking through. It's such a waste of time.

VeryBitchyRestingFace Wed 28-Dec-16 22:22:57

I'm a compulsive googler. Any little thought or quiery that runs through my head and I'm off googling the answer to it. fblush

I remember I used to get so mad at God my mother as a child when she sometimes didn't know the answers to things and wasn't instantly able to satisfy my curiosity on every question that ever popped into my head.

Google has fixed this. fgrin

VeryBitchyRestingFace Wed 28-Dec-16 22:23:19

I'm a compulsive googler. Any little thought or quiery that runs through my head and I'm off googling the answer to it. fblush

I remember I used to get so mad at God my mother as a child when she sometimes didn't know the answers to things and wasn't instantly able to satisfy my curiosity on every question that ever popped into my head.

Google has fixed this. fgrin

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