The Black Plague for Teenagers

Salem and I were bored, so we decided to eavesdrop on our humans.

“Ok, Mom, this old phone is just too embarrassing. I need a new one.”

“Oh, you’re exaggerating.”

Teenager waves her phone in the air, “I had to hide behind the auditorium just to make a phone call after school.”

Our human waves her off, “Minor inconvenience.”

“I was surrounded by kids who were smoking, and not just cigarettes. One girl had piercings all over her face, and she was practically having sex with something covered in tattoos.”

“That doesn’t sound so bad.”

“Mom. When I pulled out my flip phone, they all backed away from me.”

10 thoughts on “The Black Plague for Teenagers

  1. I’m so “old” I remember when compactness was desirable in a cell phone. I’d love for flip phones to make a comeback. Besides, aren’t a bunch of people working from home now in the new normal? Is a large screen really necessary for the average person?

    As for your humans, Mom is based and Teenager has a strong prophylactic device in her possession.

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