Video: We're missing out on the world around us because we're all so focused on what's happening in the world inside of our phones. This bitingly hilarious animation jabs at our smartphone addiction by showing cartoon characters so obsessed with their phones that they don't notice danger in front of them, or when their clothes have been stripped off, or when people are dying and so on. It's great.
Short Animation Makes Fun Of Our Embarrassing Addiction To Smartphones
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