A recent LetsTalk survey found that American attitudes toward cell phone usage are still changing. Some of the most enlightening statistics:
The annual etiquette survey found that 63 percent of respondents believe it is generally acceptable to chat on a cell phone while in the car. Likewise, 66 percent of respondents gave the thumbs up to talk on the phone in the grocery store.38 percent in the BATHROOM. Ewww...that's TMI for even me. Now I'll be wary of every cell conversation. I guess it kinda brings a whole new meaning to talking dirty.
At the movies, in the bathroom and at a restaurant scored low on the survey, with only 2 percent of respondents supporting calls taken at the movies, 38 percent in the bathroom and 21 percent at a restaurant.
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