Everyone has a word of advice when it comes to raising your Tinder game, but this chap is something of an expert. Listen up.
Restaurants are quite possibly one of the oldest forms of social setting. You get to indulge many pleasures at once – eating, drinking, conversations, romance, and you don’t even have to do the dishes afterwards. Modern times have ruined us though. Interaction takes place from the bright screen of a smartphone, begging for us to check our emails, just “quickly reply” to that instant message, or check-in on Facebook.
Tired of peoples’ phones hogging the dinner table ambience? Here’s a nifty little social exercise fresh out of America that puts a high price on handling your handset at the dinner table. It’s called the phone stack, and here’s how it works.