I'm remember the days of turning up at a friend's house and ringing their doorbell to announce my arrival, these days it's all changed.
No one really uses doorbells anymore and people are blaming millenials for the demise of it.
Can someone write an article on millenials killing the doorbell industry by texting "here"— stella donnelly stan (@youngandjoven) June 3, 2019
The doorbell legit scares me now. I jump every time. It just seems so aggressive now when you could just text.— Linds Gray (@urfeverdream) June 3, 2019
Funny! Most apartments don’t have doorbells tho— Dominic DeAngelis (@DOMtheB0MB) June 3, 2019
I can agree to this because we still have our doorbell out that has been broken for over 10 years— *•.¸♡ 𝒞𝒽𝓁𝑜𝑒 ♡¸.•* (@Queenchloizzle) June 3, 2019
My cat is always on high alert when the doorbell goes. My neighbour even has a key and texts me when she is coming round, so she doesn't ring doorbell. Delivery guys are worst. Rings the bell for so long think cats going to have a heart attack.— Frances Lyle (@esmelucy23) June 4, 2019
Ringing a doorbell is like a voice call at this point; it's either an elderly relative or some kind of scam.— Cliff Jerrison (@pervocracy) June 3, 2019
Someone needs to make a doorbell that texts the person you've arrived.— Græywörm (@Cheezzat) June 3, 2019
That way we dont even have to text it. pic.twitter.com/ODzTu8ZolT
Gen X ers didn't use door bells either pic.twitter.com/shI2YZgkEz— Adam Griggs (@businessraptor) June 4, 2019
Ok but this is actually kinda annoying though, please just ring the doorbell— uncatastrophe (@uncatastrophe) June 3, 2019
What’s a doorbell?— Darnell De Palma (@darnelldepalma1) June 4, 2019
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