It isn't fair of you to assume that either. We don't know these people, therefore it isn't fair to judge them and it isn't fair to justify their actions.
I am, but sometimes I don't know why
Its usually me in all my classes. Or I'll fight for extra points on tests even if I get like a 97.
Or cycle in the sidewalks provided. Or keep up with the flow of traffic. Or pay attention to cars behind you trying to pass you. Or just cycle at the gym.
They're not games, they're computers with calling/texting capabilities.
That is the most depressingly true comparison I've ever heard.
I know, I have the iPhone now, and I love it. I'm so used to the keyboard that I can text without looking. So easy.
Cheap as in low quality.
It doesn't mean they aren't either. It isn't safe to assume anything.
I'm quite satisfied with my Sony headphones actually.
Not particularly. If I don't have anything to do at school, why not text? I'm motivated to get my work done when I'm at home. I used texting as a prize for myself.. Like I don't check my phone until after I'm done with everything. It really works out--I'm good about getting everything done.
Just because a band is famous and world-renowned, that doesn't mean everyone on earth has to like them. Some people might hate them in fact. Personally, I can't say that I've ever listened to a Beatles song all the way through. Its just not my taste. But that's okay because that's the beauty of life. I don't need to like something just because everyone else does. In fact, I can love a band that everyone else hates. That's just life. A person's taste in music doesn't define who they are or how they should be perceived by others.
to each their own, I definitely still say "roll the window up/down"
They never give you enough cream!
Because that's 8 hours that takes up the majority of my day. I'd rather text at school if I have nothing to do and I'm bored than have it as a distraction when I'm home doing homework.