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So I've been playing Nonstop Knight and Angry Birds 2 lately.  I never used to play anything on my phone, but having the flu - I mean definitely not having the flu in any way whatsoever - for the last few days has got me desperate for things to do while I'm laid up in bed.

 

What do you use on your phone to kill time?

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MarcieMarie12

Face book and reading an electronic book (outlander series).

 

 

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Dev

I just put on my big girl shorts and ventured out to the library.  I've got a few books from their crime section to keep me busy now, including one on online crime and how law enforcement has adapted to it and another on unconsidered repercussions of the death penalty.

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Jani423

I'm a dinosaur.  I don't use my phone for games or diversions.  I mostly use the text feature followed by telephone, email, then Google.

 

Jani

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Dev

I'm right there with you, Jani.  I had to have my mother, of all people, show me how things other than texting and phone calls work.

 

Then again, she was always the first to play the new video games we brought into the house when I was a kid, too.

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Rachael

I got a second phone (smartphone) about 1 1/2 years agao I like it for, texting, photos, games, and looking things up on the Internet. But when I try to talk on it no one can here me. I use my flip phone to talk on. I am pretty sure it's operator error. Get better soon. 

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ZombieDracula

I use my phone mostly for facebook and online banking. I got a tablet a few months ago and I use that for my gaming. Farmville, Simpsons Tapped Out, Sims Free Play, etc. Most games I play are easy but time consuming. I like it. 

 

🐱 ZD 🐱

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Timber Wolf

First, I sure hope you feel better soon. The flu and complications had me laid up in the hospital for a couple weeks this last spring.

I use my phone for everything online. My job is 2nd and 3rd shift and often comes with lots of alone time with nothing to do. I listen to music, watch movies and tv shows. I just got the first 3 seasons of the original Star Trek, and I'm all stocked up on horror films for All Hallow's Eve (love 'em).🎃👻🍁

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf🐾

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