I'm not one who likes to speak on the phone often, so I normally handle my business via text, e-mail, Facebook, or actually face-to-face. 

When you take away e-mail, which everyone uses for work and to stay in contact with whoever, and Facebook, because I guess that's a more than common means to stay in touch these days. So, that leaves me with what I assume is now the most popular form of communicating... Texting!

I'm in favor of it, believe me. It's a great way to communicate. If people from my generation, and that's just the early 30's, could explain to you how we wish we could of had cell phones that had text at the age of 15... We would, but save yourself the lecture and don't ask! Passing notes? Please who does that anymore with texting? Our version of text in high school was calling someone's pager and spelling words with numbers.

My point is that when a friend of mine called earlier today, we had nothing to actually talk about, but when we hung up... we had tons to say via text. lol.  Ahh, the good ol' days of talking, where have they gone? Do we just really hate talking on the phone that much as a society that we just type to avoid contact? Food for thought.