I camped out in line for the first iPhone.
I got one as soon as the price dropped and you could get decent service.
I got one when they became a free upgrade.
What's a smartphone? I like my phones to flip.
Yep. Can't remember the last time I was in a bank branch.
Most of the time, but it freaks me out a little bit.
Only when I have to.
Nope, and I never plan to.
All the time. My keychain is a garish plastic abomination.
Frequently. I just can't bring myself to pay the "nonmember" price.
Sometimes. There are only a few stores I love enough to bother.
Never. Get those plastic tags away from me.
If it happened to me, it's probably on Facebook.
I sometimes kill time on social media sites, but I don't post everything.
I log on every once in a while to find out what's going on with everyone else.
I don't have a "face book," thank you, and don't plan on getting one anytime soon.
I am on a first-name basis with every cashier at stores I regularly visit, and have gotten annoyed looks from other shoppers before for holding up the line.
I'll occasionally have a chat with the cashier.
I exchange a few pleasantries, grab my stuff and go.
I head straight for the automated checkout counter whenever they're available.
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