Originally Posted by in stitches
he is an accomplished attorney, so like 26ish
Just a quick note--the average age of a first-year entry-level law student is older than 26 (it was about that 15 years ago actually, 27 to be exact in the US); today's entry-level JD student is much older than that, so perhaps you mean 46-plus? Ah, the profession: where else can one be turning 45 and still be considered a "young professional" -- most definitely has its benefits, I agree! All fun, etc. aside, I agree there's a tech-use/texting gap among the generations, but stats show that retirees are actually as wired as are the youth of today, meaning it's the working age crowd who aren't taking to texting as much, depending on one's industry/profession. Other factors such as one's culture, personality (let's call it the "shy" or "outgoing" factor) and also one's industry/experience come into play. Can't help but notice that many Scandinavians are quite shy for e.g., due to the lack of sunshine, etc. Given this, it comes as no surprise how quickly/readily those nations took up cell phones and then texting, etc. Hey, if it's how a guy gets over his shyness and works up the nerve to ask a girl out, whether here or over there, I see absolutely nothing wrong with it myself. As to the OP's text and the wedding-invitation questions: listen to Neo, guys. His is very good advice.