You’re All a Bunch of Phone Zombies

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00:03 (falling debris and beeping alarm sounding)

00:07 (sirens sounding)

00:12 – Holy shit, are you guys okay?

00:14 – Yeah, what the hell was that?

00:16 – Let’s find out what happened.

00:17 – Oh my God, I’m so happy to see you guys.

00:19 – Katie, you’re alive!

00:20 – Yeah, I was so worried that.

00:27 – Have you seen any other survivors?

00:29 – (ironic laughing) I’m sorry.

00:30 Are all three of you seriously on your phones right now?

00:33 – We’re trying to get help.

00:35 I’m calling nine one one, but it’s busy.

00:37 – [Woman] Keep trying.

00:38 I’m checking Twitter to see if there’s any news about what happened.

00:39 – And I’m on Facebook to see if anyone knows what to do.

00:41 Make sure that you all check in that you’re safe.

00:44 (group agreeing) – Yeah, good call.

00:45 – (laughing) Guys. (snapping)

00:47 Hi. (laughing)

00:48 Hello, over here.

00:50 Reminder, there’s an actual human being here.

00:54 Did anyone even ask if I was okay?

00:56 – My God, is something wrong?

00:57 – Something is wrong.

00:58 Seriously wrong.

01:00 The three of you are prisoners to your phones!

01:04 Try disconnecting from social media for once.

01:07 – Katie, we’re using our phones

01:07 to help come up with the plan.

01:09 – You know, you don’t always have to be tweet replying.

01:12 Facegramming, twitterbooking, and tinderbumbling.

01:17 – We’re not socializing.

01:18 We’re actually– What? No.

01:20 What are you doing?

01:20 – You’re going to thank me for this one day.

01:22 – Gimme my phone now!

01:24 (bickering back and forth)

01:26 – We have a lot to take care of.

01:27 – Katie, we need to figure out what happened so that we can do something.

01:31 – Yeah, okay, mmhmm, sure, that’s why you’re on your phone.

01:35 – Shit, Twitter says that there was some sort of power plant explosion in Hollywood.

01:38 Stop hitting me.

01:39 – Your hand is aggressive.

01:40 – My parents are in Hollywood.

01:41 God, I hope I can get through.

01:42 – Maybe like me, your parents are choosing to interact with humans instead of technology.

01:49 – Mom, are you okay?

01:51 – [Mom] Aly, Aly, are you there?

01:52 – My God, you can’t go 10 seconds

01:54 without being on your phone, can you?

01:56 – What is wrong with you?

01:59 – Katie, if you’re going to be like this,

02:00 just get out of our way.

02:02 – (sighing) I didn’t want to have to bring science into this, but scientists have actually theorized that being on social media makes you less happy, so try being like me for once, happy.

02:14 – What are you talking about?

02:15 You tweet like 30 times a day.

02:16 – And you’re constantly posting pictures of

02:19 what you’re eating.

02:19 – And you’re the most [simple_tooltip content=’extremely unhappy or uncomfortable
예1) He looked cold and miserable in the rain.
예2) Their evening together had been a miserable failure.’]miserable[/simple_tooltip] person that

02:21 anybody has ever met.

02:22 Tell me something, where is your phone?

02:24 – I don’t even know. (awkward laughing)

02:25 I never have it on me.

02:26 Oh, here it is.

02:27 – Okay. – Yeah, well that’s it, right?

02:29 – That’s why. – Isn’t that it?

02:31 – Yeah, it did get destroyed in the [simple_tooltip content=’an event that causes a lot of damage or makes a lot of people suffer
예) an economic/humanitarian/natural catastrophe’]catastrophe[/simple_tooltip],

02:33 but it doesn’t even matter because I wouldn’t be on it anyway.

02:36 – That’s why you’re so upset that we still have our phones.

02:39 – No, I’m choosing to be offline.

02:42 (group expressing anger)

02:44 Oh my God, it turned on!

02:45 My phone turned on!

02:47 Hey fam–

02:48 (angry responses)

02:51 Hi, it’s Katie Marovitch from College Humor.

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  1. How often do you check your smartphone?
  2. What are the benefits of using a smartphone?
  3. Are you able to stay away from your smartphone for a week?
  4. Are you willing to live a whole year without the access to your internet in exchange of $100,000?
  5. Let’s say you forgot your phone at home and you made a halfway to your work. Will you go back if there’s sufficient time?
  6. What do you think of posting your personal pictures once a day on social media?
  7. What’s your favorite social media platform?
  8. Do you feel socially insecure when you can’t access your phone?



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