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Finally! A Legit Way To Keep People Off Their Phones

I am 100% addicted to social media. I check my Instagram account at least 8 times per day. Twitter maybe 5 and email… let's not go there. While this addiction is easy to offer a friendly chuckle of understanding, it's also a not-so-friendly wedge between families, spouses, and friends.

There is nothing more disrespectful than someone who is so busy checking their phone, they forget about those right in front of them. It's the equivalent of them saying, “You're not as valuable as these other people.”

I stumbled across this incredible Coca Cola commercial communicating this dilemma with a beautiful balance of emotion, class, and humor. Everyone should watch this. Prepare to smile.

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  1. When I first read the title I thought of the new AT&T commercial with the family that all says, “Yep,” and how they say that this new phone plan will bring their family closer together…I really don’t think so lol.

  2. When I first read the title I thought of the new AT&T commercial with the family that all says, “Yep,” and how they say that this new phone plan will bring their family closer together…I really don’t think so lol.

  3. Internet wasn’t in my budget when I moved to attend college nor did I have a smart phone for the first year. Having online access only at school basically forced me out of my social media addiction. At the time it was frustrating, looking back now, I realize what a blessing it was.

  4. Internet wasn’t in my budget when I moved to attend college nor did I have a smart phone for the first year. Having online access only at school basically forced me out of my social media addiction. At the time it was frustrating, looking back now, I realize what a blessing it was.

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