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    dont worry i dont have one either.
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    I got my mobile when I was 16, still got it now, but its falling apart. I dont really spend that much on it, only use it for making texts and a few rare fone calls but thats it.
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    you're all kiddin me right? No mobile phone?
    Probably couldn't live without mine...How the doo fluck do y'all contact your mates when you need to go down the pub or clubbing...how you gon' keep that girl interested by not texting her..

    Either y'all are lying or y'all are just recluses
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    i wouldn't say i find it an essential, but i definitely like to have the option of it being there, because it is useful in certain circumstances.

    i think that as people have moved away from family orientated lives, isolation and independence is more prevalent amongst individuals. i.e. with more accessible transport, more disposable income even for those who don't actually earn it (such as teens), you can go to so many places other than your house or local park. and if you want to get hold of someone in a place other than their home, using a mobile's probably the easiest way. but not the only way, which some people, probably including myself, don't always remember.
 
 
 
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