Twitter hates your iPhone

Where is the love, people?
Where is the love…?


On the one hand, hate is a very destructive emotion and maybe it should be reserved for something more deserving, like racism or institutionalised corruption. On the other hand, don’t you just hate it when an app changes very slightly because the publisher wants to improve it?

That’s what you might call apropos of nothing.

If I start mocking Twitter users for abusing the English language, we’re going to be here all day. So let’s look on the bright side , at least Chan isn’t discriminating against iPhones — she hates any phone “when its hang”.

You’re right to hate them, Sash. They’re laughing at you and your Nokia 6300, which is a perfectly serviceable mobile phone and nothing to be ashamed of.

I’m saddened that you’ve used an “expressionless face” emoji for this, Oscar. You hate iPhone chargers, but your hate has become so commonplace that you’re not getting steamed up about it any more. It’s just your default setting now. You are no longer capable of feeling. But at least you’re just venting on Twitter instead of taking the law into your own hands and doing something regrettable.

People are trying to go through your phone? Like, they’re passing through it ethereally, like a ghost or something? I hate that, too. Bloody ghosts passing through my phone and leaving their ectoplasm all over it. Euuugh.

Hate for iPhone notifications, but a little kiss and a hug for Samsung at the end there. That’s sweet. Life’s a rollercoster for Mélina. She feels things very strongly. She could have kept her musings about iPhone and Samsung notifications to herself, but the depth of her feeling was too strong. A powerful hate like hers needs to be released. Bottling it up will just make it worse in the end.

I prefer those other phones that can tell the difference between accidental calls and deliberate ones. Stupid iPhone not reading your mind.

With that attitude, you won’t have to worry about being invited to group chats much longer.

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

If you think that’s an “arrogant opinion”, Nick, then you should read what the others are saying

It clearly says “You can manage your storage in Settings”. Would it kill you to manage your storage in Settings?

I want to believe Jenna is aware of the irony of using Twitter to complain so un-specifically about technology.

iPhone battery’s what? (Did I say I wasn’t going to belittle people for abusing the English language? I lied.)

Not betraying yourself, Caroline. Don’t be so hard on yourself. You’re just a hypocrite.

I reckon he was flirting with you. Opportunity knocks but once.

Actually that really sucks, doesn’t it? I feel a bit sad myself now.

Everyone else hates your iPhone, too. Does that make you feel better, or worse?

Header image: TheFlex1

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