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Friday, January 18, 2019

Jailed By Your Phone?

Some of us are imprisoned by our cell phones but we dont even know it....





I used to be so addicted to my phones but somehow Motherhood has helped me cure/curb that addiction.....My three phones are permanently on silent and i miss all calls when they are not with me...I only use my phones when i need to and drop them if i need to get busy.....There was a time i would rather be with my phones than be with real people or do anything else....

I am outta this cell.............You?

56 comments:

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    1. 不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不
      Lekwanu ndi Pharisee o.
      Na today una come sabi this one wey I don they yarn for this blog tey tey;
      say Naija girls no dey sleep again for Night sake of say them dey press phones.
      For day, na to snap imerime pictures come upload every nkeji.
      Na phone vigil them don dey keep o.
      I must marry abroad husband even if na Sudan.
      Make una carry softly o.

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    2. Me that will get so bored after surfing d net and I will now use another of my phone to b calling d other,out of boredom! Nonsense

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    3. Lol @ 16.14

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    4. Yabaleft escapee come and see ur pple anon 16:14

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  2. Me before I had my kids I can't stay 1 sec without tt...now I don't even charge it for 4days it will still be 25percent..plus data always off...Lol

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  3. Still here, basically most of the reading I have to do are on my phone even bible because hard copy will be torn to shreds by the babies.

    By the way where is Mama Tee Series?

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  4. Sometimes I prefer to be with. My phone than to be with people. At least the phone won't yell or speak loudly at you.
    I'm becoming more irritated with certain people around me.

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    1. Partially in this cell.

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    2. I am sitting comfortably in that cell.

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    3. I am just getting into that cell because loneliness is a bastard... I would rather be imprisoned by my cell phone than worry myself to the point of sucide.
      WhatsApp, Instagram and SDK BLOG is the heaven for me at this time....
      I'm a new bv anyway, shout to ladybug, teejay, yaba left escape, blessed princess, olori orente, XP, small girl, the anonymous always trolling teejay and the host of others thanks for making this place a community.

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  6. Just entered..

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  7. For now my phone is my shop! That's where I display my wares but I know where to draw the line. For my type of business, being online is very important.

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  8. I have disciplined myself from phone addiction.

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  9. 2 bleesed 2 curse18 January 2019 at 13:19

    I was also addicted to my phone that i will be having a conversation with someone and at the same time pressing my phone which is actually disrespectful.
    I had to uninstall all my social media app except whatsapp and Linkedin which i see as a important and that decision has really helped me

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  10. I am jailed by sdkblog. @Blessed Princess.

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  11. One leg in, one leg out. Every second I'm idle, I hold my phone but I drop it if I have to speak with people or do something important.
    I don't choose my phone over other things but pick it up every chance I get

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    1. You don't have work, babies or some thing that keeps you menntally occupied. Lucky you!

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  12. No longer a prisoner, thanks to my job. Can't attend to clients and press phone same time. Use my phone on off days or when I get back home.

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  13. I'm presently in this "cell" for business purpose. Asides that, my phone is always on vibe mode and in one corner somewhere.

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  14. Whatever. I am definitely not in any kind of cell.

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  15. Mine is mobile phone so I am not imprisoned by it.

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  16. I'm outta it too.

    You'll see people in a get together with friends and everyone will be busy on phone such that you'll wonder why its called a get-together to mingle. One just need to deliberately let the phone rest, else you won't do any important thing.

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  17. I need it for Business..my line of work requires me to either be on my laptop or phone for at least 18 hours in 24 hours..

    If i'm not programming,i'm buying or i'm selling;so yea im a prisoner for life but na wetin dey pay my bill..

    @MARTINS ABOY

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  18. Not sure if I was ever addicted to my phone but I know for a fact that I can do without it. I’ll make a very good candidate for BBN for sure.

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  19. I don't know why I'm not freaked about cell phone or electronic gadgets. I ve two phones and a tab, I just put on my data since yesterday and as for the tab, I haven't touched it in months now.
    Humans ve become so addicted to these gadgets that they can't do without it for even an hour.I've gone days without my phone.Y'all should read this book 'Distracted' by Maggie Johnson, it tells more on the impact of technology on humanity.

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  20. Well am among. I hv a brother who is. Just graduated and all he does is play WHAT on his phone. Immediately he wakes up and also play it till like 4am d next morning wen every soul is sleeping. Hv called and advise still. My parents are concerned about his health. He does not allow his brain to rest. Infact my mom believe is spiritual or maybe is to break his phone. This guy is 26 oo

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  21. my wife is in this cell. She values pressing her phone more than attending to our baby. I don complain tire.

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    1. blow up that phone for there's nothing more precious than a baby突突

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  22. My phone is like the center of my existence, I am always pressing it. I can press phone from morning till night.
    Perfect example of ' if loving you is a crime, let me be your prisoner' lol.

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  23. I learnt the hard way when I hit and dented a car in front of me while chatting on whatsapp. I had to bring out 20k for the repairs. Thankfully it wasn't much.
    To think it was while chatting with a friend arguing with me the time we should leave for a party. Can you imagine me inviting a friend for a party. She doesn't know the celebrant and she is arguing we are going too late that the food and fun would have finished.
    Since thar day i don't invite her out. Her body too shake for party.

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    1. Just be happy you no kill person pikin.

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  24. Books

    I think I'm about to get really addicted. I'm currently taking a short course in digital marketing

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  25. I used to be in that cell but, Motherhood changed me.

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  26. I am in that cell,because of business. Though I try not to be with my phone when I don't have customers to attend to but it is quite hard to break free, guess I am not trying enough as my reading habit is the one paying the price.

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  27. I can literally run mad without my phone at my service
    I'm addicted baby!

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  28. Stella how can we be out of this "cell" when we use our phones to get to your blog and enjoy the contents...no nah

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  29. I'm a nursing mother but in this cell...God help me out

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  30. In the cell oo. God help me. My 5year daughter told me," mommy u want me to wake up, do my tea, feed myself, brush my teeth and bathe myself, so that u can be pressing phone". Bcos I've tot her and still teaching her to do her stuffs every morning so that I can be wit phone. I think its kinda shame.

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    1. You need to reflect and set your priorities right. So you expect your 5 year old to do all this? Even make hot tea?? You are not a serious person.

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  31. Please when is the right time to give these kids phones? I feel like, NEVER!!! I am scared.
    Is it at 12years? Or 60 years?

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  32. When I am bored or less busy,I carry my phone. But when I am super busy, you can’t catch me. Even the palasa sef de suffer join the smartphone.

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  33. I'm out of this cell. Only use my phone when I am less busy

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  34. Hurray!!!! I am now officially a billionaire. My valuation hit $2.8m today at market close which makes me a billionaire by Nigeria standard. Now is time to take it up a notch.

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    1. congrats o, can't wait to get there someday

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  35. My brother would rather stay in his room and press . My father concluded he is homosexual. Aw does that add up?

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