1. EyebeeKay

    I would rather not make calls. But it is not that I hate calls, just that I doubt the gneral effectiveness of calls over the other methods of using mobile devices to communicate.

    Very long calls could have health implications. At best, you ears heat up during long conversations (where an earpiece is not used). At worst, you gradually fry your brain.

    There are people who love the sound of their voices, And say in ten sentences what two would do.

    Others are inefficient in their use of words and end up wasting your time.

    Those are two classes are people I particularly avoid having telephone conversations with.

    All said, there are conversations better held via calls. These are situations where tone inflections triumph over use if emoticons.

    With written words, it is also very easy to be misunderstood, especially by people with whom you are not familiar.

    Even people you are familiar with can receive non verbal communication differently, depending on their present mood and other circumstances.

  2. Today, a friend told me that she has observed that I yawn every time I get talking on the phone. Every single time, including when I am on the phone with her. This article cleared things up for her.

    She raised the issue because I began to yawn while on the phone with her. The call ended many minutes ago, and I haven't yawned since. Sigh. Phone calls just do me wrong.

  3. eye_bee_kay

    There should be a medical term for that, and am sure there is a treatment for it too.

    Perhaps a deficiency in the oxy_absorptive capacity i)of the blood.?

    Talking, making someone yawn?...wonders shall never end....lol

    without any attempt at chauvinism, yes, conversation with some garrulous females (and males, too) have a soporific effect on me too, face2face or voice calls...#flees


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