ARE you being annoying enough about obsessively checking your phone? Here are some great situations to rudely interrupt.
Whether you’re at work or in the pub, people love it when you suddenly completely blank them to check your phone. Definitely give the impression they are incredibly boring to talk to and a text about your Vodafone account is more interesting.
You could be at a part of the film where something hugely relevant to the plot is about to be revealed – but what about that thing you posted on Facebook a few hours ago? Has it still only got two likes? It’s best to pause the film or walk out of the cinema to check.
If you’re cooking a meal you’ve got to stay on top of it, so definitely go on Instagram for half an hour looking at nothing in particular and only remember it when the fire alarm goes off. If eating out, it’s good to let others know that work emails are more scintillating company than them.
Drive partners and friends up the wall by spending the entire programme finding out what random strangers on the internet think of it and telling them. Then have the nerve to ask what’s happening because you’ve not been paying attention, ideally during the gripping ending.
You’d think with sex you’d have to pay attention all the time, but you can still slip in a sly glance at your phone if you keep it well hidden. Or claim to be expecting a very important email so you can stop for a bit and go on Twitter.