16 photos showing the dependence on gadgets, which absorbed society

8-01-2018, 10:00

If you look around on the streets or in public places, it seems as if gadgetania has embraced everyone. People communicate in a cafe through messages, and not looking into each other’s eyes, the streets are crossed, buried in the screen. Even before the marriage ceremony, the bride and groom are not worried, but are looking down with their heads down to the screens of their smartphones. Today's comic collection of 16 photographs showing dependence on gadgets, which absorbed society.
1. Has something happened? Do not stand, take pictures!

2. "It seems it's time to change the status on Facebook!"

3. "I have a question, who is looking for the road, if everyone looks at the phones!?"

4. “Probably downloads an updated version of the prayer!”

5. “They took pictures, you can go, we are still on a diet!”

6. To go crazy, what a messy party turned out

7. Here it is - happy childhood!

8. And this lady, dropped the child, but never hung up!

9.The services of guide dogs are needed not only by the blind!

10. “What am I doing here at all? Oh, I’m putting out the fire! ”

11. "This is the most romantic date in my life!"

12. In general, museums and galleries go tolook, not take pictures!

13. Came to look through the tape in the sun!

14. Soft pillars - a real salvation for people who do not take their eyes off the screen.

15. Even special warning signs have appeared on the roadside.

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