Technology is the best, and also the absolute worst. We rely on our phones all too often for basically everything. There's an app for everything, a moment that always needs to be tweeted, and a picture always worth taking (and then immediately posted to Instagram). So yes, we are beyond addicted to our screens. But in a modern world, you just can't live without them. It's a source of communication between you and your family, friends, and strangers around the world that you didn't even know you needed contact with. Maybe we should all agree to stick to sliding into the DMs, though, because there's some serious things we hate about texting.
We all know about the spinning rainbow of doom and the struggle of when your battery is at a dismal one percent. For having a rep of being progressive and more efficient, technology sure knows how to slow our lives down.
iPhone updates always seem to become an all-day affair, followed by another week of going back and forth to the Genius Bar. We can't even go steady with a Razor flip phone because it'll snap in half, or a Samsung Galaxy because it's battery just might explode.
Texting can really be our worst of nightmares. There's truly nothing like that typing bubble appearing during a deep convo to send our blood pressure through the roof. Here are seven things we absolutely hate about texting, even though we low-key love it, too.