Times have changed. In my days, we had no phones so we always kept to our punctuality when it comes to meeting friends or just any appointment. Nowadays, we text our friend even just to ask ‘where are you’ in a crowded place. Communication is more frequent but our memory lapses when we need to remember telephone numbers. Take the case of my lost handphone last year… I only can remember a few mobile numbers… and the rest of my friends, well, i lost touch with them because I couldn’t remember their phones. For some of my friends who regular keeps in touch, no problem because I just had to wait for them to call and ask me why I had not been in touch… Then there were those who would not call… well I know who these ‘friends’ are. They only call you when they needed you for some reasons.
And our phone, it has become a multitask gadget. Those smartphones. They are really smart. They tell you where you are with their gps app. But I still don’t get it when it comes to gps and golf… do you hold on to a gps phone when you play or you ‘bug’ the golf ball so you can find where it has landed?
Well, my phone has got the better of me. It has these map gps that I don’t quite know what to do or how to use. It is smarter than me, of course. And so many other apps you can download free too. Most of the time, my phone can outsmart me. I never win in those games… even the Office Jerk makes annoying faces at me wins all the time. I get sloshed with all that mud or cake he throws at me.. I can’t slice much fruit without getting bombed and my thumbs are too big for the ants that I needed to smash. My kids handle the babies better in SuperMom and I run head-on into trees all the time from the black monkeys in Temple Run…
So tell me, is there an easier game. My phone is smart. And it doesn’t look too good on me.