The iPhone: a hundred different habit forming items all in one sleek package.
What would you give for a device that was designed to keep you connected, entertained, informed and make you completely crazy?
Let me explain...
I love being able to look up anything and everything that pops in my head on the Internet; I can self-diagnose a nonexistent medical condition, figure out the name of that guy in that movie, or the title of the song that I can't stop humming and drool over the J. Crew spring line.
I hate to use it for phone calls, but love to text.
I love that I can keep track of important dates, play Scrabble, update my Facebook status and use the built-in GPS to find my way.
I hate that it distracts me from my son, but love that I can capture daily photos of him with it.
I hate that it is the ultimate time waster and my #1 reason for not reading more, but love having it while waiting for a friend to show up for a lunch date, stuck in a long line or at my doctor's office.
I hate being so accessible, but love that my babysitter always picks up and is quick to respond.
I love that it can hold my entire music collection and a special play list just for Lucas.
I hate that the battery life is so short. My house has five power cords and I can never find one!
I love being able to check the weather, tag a song on the radio and shake in to find the closest eatery.
I hate that the damn thing was so expensive that I treat it as a second child, even with a hard case and screen protector.
I love Tweeting long after my husband has gone to sleep and making lists of blog ideas I have at 3 in the morning.
I hate that it won't let me use my potty mouth in texts or Tweets without auto correcting me... hell becomes he'll, which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever!
Yes, the iPhone can be and do so many wonderful/evil things.
Okay, I am ready to take bids!
What would you give?
C'mon, you know you want one!
These things really are amazing.
Actually, looking back over my list, I do believe my loves outweigh my hates...
On second thought, I think I'll keep it.
Grr. That damn thing, it always knows how to push my buttons.
This post is for The Red Dress Club's writing meme, Red Writing Hood. This week's prompt was to write a humorous ad, a la Craigslist or eBay, where you're selling things after a breakup.
This is my 500th post!