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Submitted by dilawer 680d ago | article

14 Signs You Spend Too Much Time on the Internet

Mashable: "The Internet is a wonderful place filled with mischievous cats and twerking baby GIFs, so we can understand why you might never want to leave. As you log more hours online, you might notice subtle changes in your offline behavior. If your finger has ever absentmindedly flicked the air in an effort to scroll, you understand." (Culture, Internet, Web)

dilawer  +   680d ago
I can only relate to 2 or maximum 3 out of the 14, Thankfully.
mp1289  +   679d ago
yeah, i use the internet a fair amount and none of it applies to me, boring article.
g-nome  +   680d ago
Reading articles like this
dilawer  +   680d ago
+1
Sahil  +   678d ago
Videos really look funny but they make sense :). Frankly, computer & internet has become part of my life so i don't need signs and i am already addicted :)

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