Isn't it just adorable how this family of cell phone addicts think that they are each "unique" because as individuals they are wasting their lives on their phones in different ways? I mean, they are "different in unique ways," or "unique in different ways," or whatever that first moron says. I'm not watching this again.
For one, her phone is "her office." Um, that's nice- but you know, only a generation ago an office was a place you worked in for forty or so hours a week, and then left to...well, to live the other parts of your life. Now you're waving your "office" around in your hand and basically bragging that you are never, ever out of work. Excuse me for not being impressed or seeing this as something to celebrate, let alone emulate.
Another one is "the gamer." Uh huh. If that "gamer" takes his "gaming" as seriously as that other woman takes her office work, I wouldn't feel great about giving him a phone to "game" on. At least she's earning money with her nonstop work. What the hell is all that "gaming" accomplishing other than stealing time away from reading, social interactions with friends, etc.?
"Only pay for what you need." Huh. Sounds like they all need everything, though. So they are going to be paying for....everything. And what exactly does that word "need" mean these days?
And Daddy says the plan is so reasonable, "they can stay on it for the rest of their lives." First, that's kind of creepy- Dad clearly expects to outlive these kids, otherwise wouldn't he say "for the rest of MY life?" Second, maybe the cost of the plan is reasonable- but is the PLAN reasonable? Is this endless love affair with a freaking phone reasonable? Is this "I am never off my phone" attitude reasonable? I mean, what the actual hell, Verizon?