There are just two platforms dominating the fiercely competitive mobile market: Android and iOS. Both approaches to enrich life are supported by millions of followers.
Here’s to the crazy ones.
sorry, the fanboys.
They usually argue that it’s all about specs. Here are the specs of themselves (or should I say here is the list of ‘mental throwbacks’?):
- 0 They just like images.
Reading articles is not their bag. The thing-in-itself is represented just by shape and color.
- 1 Their comments on social networks are quite short-worded, frequently reduced to a single emoji. Authors repeat one emoji up to ten times and highly creative authors use emojis in an alternating order, randomly or following a law of nature which states that the entropy never decreases.
- 2 Their heartbeat is near to frequency of their devices’ processors.
Advantage Apple fans. Because their OS is optimized, the frequency is low.
- 3 While sleeping and dreaming the device always takes up an outstanding room.
Scientists say that it’s also with young people when making love with their ranked #2 honey.
- 4 They set their priorities:
1 news about a successor, 2 getting the money for it, 3 buying accessories for their actual device, and light years later communication with other fanboys, friends and last (but not least) the family.
This ranking is completely updated with the mother or father in the pole position if she/he pays for an updated device.
- 5 They change their device’s wallpaper at least 5 times a day to keep up the imagination of loving something new.
- 6 Youtube, games, and some messaging apps connected to social networks are the most frequently used applications.
- 7 They patched their brain with a powerful filter mechanism which allows to ignore arguments of normal people using a competing device.
- 8 They talk about their beloved company as if it’s a political candidate running for control of the universe.
- 9 An unboxing video is always a case for an academy award, the Oscar, nothing less.
There are more features but expanding the list might be a mental overload for the target group.
If it’s funny, no problem.
If it becomes the philosophy of life, a doctor should be consulted.
Please respect everyone’s prerogative to have personal preferences. We all know what happens at an advanced stage if people are disrespectful and regularly run off etiquettes.
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