By JOHN GARNER
LifeOfTheDogs.com Reporter

Have you ever gotten a text message that you couldn’t reply to or just didn’t feel like typing that much? I feel if it’s important and you are just texting back and forth really fast, you should just call.

Left to right are Richard Baldwin, Emonee Gregory, Amos Millhouse, and John Garner.

Left to right are Richard Baldwin, Emonee Gregory, Amos Millhouse, and John Garner.

It’s much easier and less hassle.

You should want to talk on the phone rather than text because talking is so much easier than texting, more personal, more real.

Like Scott freshman Bria Criss said, “I would rather talk on the phone because you can show your emotion and how you feel.”

Another reason talking is much easier is because texting takes so long.

But, there are reasons why some people say text is better than talk.

Your arm gets tired from holding your phone up to your ear. And certain people like texting rather than talking because they have a hard time holding a conversation.

Here are some other Bulldog opinions on the topic:

Emonee Gregory, sophomore – “It depends on who I’m talking to on the phone.“

Taylor Haney, senior – “It depends on if I like you or not. It also depends on the level of my friendship with you.”

Pierce Millhouse, junior – “I prefer texting because sometimes there are people who talk too much or don’t talk at all.”

Kalia Harris, senior – “I’d rather text because I just use the Google speaker to say it all. Plus, I just prefer its, more private “

Richard Baldwin, senor – “It’s more convenient, I could be at work.”

I gave you some reasons why talk is better than text, but some people think differently. Some people like texting more than talking. We all have different opinions on how we feel. Younger people might like texting more than talking. Older people might want to talk on the phone more than text.

If you would like to offer your opinion contact me at garner123john@gmail.com