I've had a weekly, now fortnightly, hospital visit for nearly three months so I have had lunch in town after/before the appointments. I used to read my book whilst waiting for food but people watching is fascinating.
I nearly put this in the PET PEEVE thread but ...
Seeing a family or group of people having a meal in restaurant, cafe or pub. Some not engaged (and this appears to be mainly children) with the conversation. They are glued to their phones. Not talking but texting or game playing. Only time they put it down is to eat, if they need a knife AND fork. Quite often the phone is still being used whilst the other hand holds the fork. I think to myself, is this killing the art of face to face conversation or discussions or standing in front of others to give a presentation etc. What a pity the adults don't involve them in the conversation.
I know teachers plan in opportunities for children to discuss or stand up and talk but are children coping well with this.
Any way, the thread is really about watching others as well as what we notice about them. Does anyone else do it?
Came across this in my thirties - why do women hate their bodies?
He said I was having a go - what is our life together about?
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