Don’t yell at me.

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31 Responses to Don’t yell at me.

  1. Bec says:

    So, so true.

  2. Dharmamama says:

    When will I learn to stop replying to people, only to find out they were talking to someone on their bluetooth?

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  4. Shell says:

    Thank God I’m not the only one who can’t tell the difference! :)

  5. Haha very true. But they are so handy when you are driving!

  6. joel says:

    ha, i feel compelled to hold 2 fingers to my earpiece like some secret commando to avoid this very situation.

  7. Scott says:

    Although A and B aren’t necessarily disjoint.

  8. Neo says:

    So very funny.

    Once again, well done.

  9. TonyRamos says:

    Carlin had an old bit about this in the pre-cellular era. He said, “You know how there are all these crazy people walking around talking to no one? Maybe we should pair them off so they look like they are having a conversation.”

  10. jerryadams says:

    I remember when bluetooth headsets were first introduced I was wondering what all those people were doing walking around with USB memory sticks in their ears.

  11. Wrot says:

    I’m not sure you nailed the visuals on this one.

    Still, your comics continue to impress.

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  13. Til says:

    Haha.. that’s why you don’t wear headsets in public.

  14. Andi says:

    I am so glad that others see this as crazy as I do. I dont wear mine in public because I always think those people talking to themselves are crazy until I realized I was one of them too.

  15. I don’t see them as crazy, just boorish and insensitive to the personal space of the people around them.

  16. Mike says:

    Do you get the index finger from them when you think they’re talking to you and you start talking back? Bluetooth headsets suck.

  17. blah says:

    So handy when you are driving… Yes and drinking and driving is fun too…

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  19. Christina says:

    Very true. This is why I will never get a headset.

  20. Rick Miller says:

    I bet there’s a union of A and B.

  21. Brett Duncan says:

    Agree with Christina – that’s exactly why I still don’t have a headset.

  22. Daughter says:

    This index card sums up my entire life.

  23. Dave says:

    This will be funnier when we have the headset implanted under the skin… No way to tell us apart from the reality-challenged.

  24. monica says:

    I love your site. Keep it up.

  25. Tina says:

    You know, you could use it as an excuse to ignore someone you don’t want to talk to. “Oh, I’m sorry! I thought you were talking on your Bluetooth!”

    Are you on the left coast yet? We moved to the other one this summer. We all miss Cols but overall it’s a good thing.

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  27. k.ellie says:

    Yeah, I reserve my Bluetooth headset use for when alone/in my car. Never use it on the street or in stores. It’s really kind of rude.

  28. Inky Suid says:

    Of course, as any Doctor Who fan will tell you, the bluetooth earpiece leaves you vunerable to mind control and conversion to a Cyberman.

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