So the family decided to hit over to the chicken rice restaurant we used to for lunch with all the other lunch spots in the area have been nailed.
It only struck me when I saw a man bringing his teenage daughter strolling into the lot, and the girl immediately slid out her tab and started touch-screening away.
I was somewhat infuriated about it.
Personally I don't like it when people put up with texting, playing games or what other activities which involves another party except me, the one whom the opposite person is sitting with on the table.
Like hello? What the hell am I? A brick or wall?
This is when I feel like we need to treat people if we wish people treat the same way as I do.
When I had to make calls or texts to other people, I make them snappy because I feel so damn bad and awkward for the opposite party to stare into the air and wait for me to end my calls or activities. It's very rude to put people up into that disposition, when we clearly wanted to hang out together for over a meal or something else.
Am I being too stern for the new era? Or the people should start learning not to let the technologies take over their manners?