1. We can now only communicate face-to-face with people in 140 character blasts.
2. It’s only a matter of time before those drunken office holiday photos surface online.
3. Keeping up with the Joneses is harder now because we have to keep up with the Joneses’ blogs.
4. Too many passwords to remember for each account.
5. We’ve got only six people following us on Twitter. Our self-esteem is at an all-time low.
6. Everybody seems to be talking about how great LinkedIn is for networking. The only people we know on LinkedIn are our co-workers.
7. When we go to a networking event with human beings, we wear our nametag on our left-hand side and give a limp fish handshake. We’ve forgotten how to interact with real people.
8. We can’t remember the last time we wrote a letter. It’s hard to remember how to hold a pen correctly.
9. Our grammatical muscles spasm when we use the words “Tweeted” and “Facebooked” in casual conversation.
10. Even though our co-worker is less than three feet away, we haven’t spoken to each other in seven months. Thanks, G-chat.
11. Since we’ve been doing so much typing, our fingers have mutated to the size of a Kielbasa.