D-Bags Wearing Bluetooth Headsets

Bluetooth headsets. I understand the convenience, especially where you are in a situation where you hands are otherwise occupied. But I can't stand the d-bag pricks that wear them everywhere they go, and have boisterous conversations in grocery stores, banks, the bus, and other busy places. It always looks like they are talking to themselves, or to you.

Second, why are the conversations always about their cousin Marty's BBQ, or how big of a beast Rachel is. These aren't important conversations, you aren't doing anything that is preventing you from holding the phone and talking quietly, and no one else cares to hear the doldrums of your existence. Pick up your damn phone, find a quiet spot, and call your buddy T-dawg about the poker game, so no one else has to be subjected to it.

Also, you look so freaking gay wearing them everywhere. If you are in a place or position where you don't need it, take it off, it isn't a fashion accessory, it's a tool of convenience. You don't look cool, sophisticated or successful.

Again, I have nothing against people that use them in the proper time and place, and I have nothing against the device in principal.


Anonymous said...

Ironic that as I read this, the Google-generated ads on both sides of the article are soliciting various Bluetooth headsets...

Notoriously Conservative said...

Haha, yeah, but not as ironic as the pro-Obama ads that pop up from time to time.

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