On any given day, the average American teenager spends more than 7.5 hours online and uses his or her cellphone 60 times. While these numbers strike fear in the hearts of parents and crotchety novelists lamenting the loss of a more meaningful existence, there are some real benefits to a technology-saturated life: Young people spend far more time consuming new information, honing verbal concision, and interacting with a diverse audience than they have at any point in history.
wow so my mum just decides that having a conversation about birth control is extremely appropriate in front of her colleague and her boss. nice
do you ever get surprised by your period and just sit there and think ‘wow that explains a lot’?