We also need to make it easier to drive and assemble a submarine sandwich. If you have to switch lanes quickly the mayo could be applied unevenly and your first few bites will be dry and unsatisfying. There has to be a better way.
Texting to me still seams like a major reversal in technology, the transfer of the human voice is much more impressive.
That being said MSN allows me many conversations at once.
This makes me think of Mr. Bean, getting dressed, brushing his teeth, etc. in a rush to get to a dentist’s appointment (and then stabbing the dentist with anesthetic).
I can’t tell you a story about me that relates to driving, I’m still not legally allowed to drive. Maybe you were trying to avoid me telling you a story. In which case, you’ve succeeded, but I think this comment is much longer than my other ones anyway.
You know, if I were to guess what you’d title this, I’d probably go for some pun like “Texterity” rather than “Dexterity”. Not saying that this is a bad thing, of course. *nods*
Can’t wait for intentional telepathy communication over long distances. I say intentional, because you don’t want wars going on just because a world leader had a poor opinion of another country.
I prefer my sandwiches “dry.” Dry in quotes as plenty of products inserted into sandwiches have moisture perfectly capable of satisfying.
So, what happens in the case of a collision? The device could end up swallowed or painfully bitten in half. There has to be a better way.
Next thing you know, they’ll outlaw building ships in bottles while driving.
@Psychlycan – Exactly!
@Baughbe – Really? They can’t, thats one of my favourite hobbies, along with reading this comic and sticking my head out of a sunroof while driving!
Jey, y’all: The “dry” sandwichmaker’s SECRET:
…whisper “martini text” before you pour the vermouth.
I suppose setting up two separate highway systems, one for people who actually give a crap about arriving somewhere on time and one for people who have no other purpose in life but to get in the way while buttering their iPhones or gazing in near-panicked awe at the strange and alien sight of water coming out of the sky, would be out of the question? >.>
Mayo? Eeeew. Oil and vinegar!
Next on the safety agenda: Horse-blinders so you can’t look at anything but the road ahead.
There’s a better way: Stop the car and take your time for a break! Another advantage: Recovered driver are better ones.
Reminds me of the day I was riding the bus and looked down to see the driver of a car next to us with an open laptop over his steering wheel and merrily typing away…
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