In home, it must be wife.Outside of home it must be husband
The wife usually. Its not even a husband and wife thing. Women use the phone in-home more. Usually.
husband uses mostly his cellphone as he 's out of the house most of the day.. the first answer that pops in my mind is of course the wife, as women are known to go on for hours on the phone gossip around with friends.. talk nonstop about their little troublemakers;)
well im not married but um i would have to say if the man is a workaholic like my man he will be using the phone more than his wife cause the only time i use my phone is to talk to him or family memebers and im rarely ever on it when im with him but when hes with me hes on his phone atleast every hour not all hour just like maybe once every hour
Its not even close in our household. My husband does.
I'm not married(currently taking applications), but...
My father uses his cell phone more often, but mom has longer conversations. I think they are pretty close in minute useage.
They both use their cells more then I use mine. My parents are cooler then me =P But just 6 or 7 years ago my mom and dad couldn't think of a reason why they would need cell phones.
My wife does because she is mainly in charge of scheduling the family business and being the communicator of news. She also deals with more of the day to day business of the home.
My mom! My dad hates phones. If you want to get a hold of him you'd have to call his shop; were he has a phone from the 1970's still installed. If he is on the road, too bad- he refuses to carry a cell phone with him.
Now my mom, couldn't survive without one. She's an Art Broker. All her business is done by phone.
So I guess it all depends on who you are. I pawned my cell phone for a text book I needed last semester. Needless to say, my mom bought it back. But I'm more like my dad. I don't give a crap about what people are doing, and I hate driving while talking on a cell phone.
The wifes-working on all the details they need to firm up from children, activities, husbands, entertainment,etc...that's my best guess.
I don't have a husband, a wife, or a home phone, so I really can't help you
In my house, it's my husband by far. I hate talking on the phone and avoid it as much as possible. My husband is more or less glued to his. (Mainly work-related, but it helps that his extended family is about 10 times the size of mine too.)
We are not married, but neither my partner or I like phones--especially cell phones--they are annoying, with people feeling now that they can call weekends and nights for business or anything else and that it is acceptable.
His two kids are the ones glued to the phones, .
Technological changes bring changes in social and business norms. It is inevitable. Some folks get angry and resistant at first but usually come around unless they live very sheltered lives.
An architect and a PR representative do not live very sheltered lives, TK. We are very busy.
Stop following me. This is my real name, this is who I am, and I can't have pathetic internet trolls attacking at every juncture. I have requested that you be banned.
I was addressing the topic. Stop addressing me personally. Show a little self control.
Everyone is on to your game, TK. And if staff decides NOT to ban you...then you and your ilk...pathetic trolls, are welcome to the forums and to Hubpages. For slowly, but surely, everyone else will abandon the site. I know that I will if this continues.
And I WILL report you to whatever authorities are out there for internet stalking, guaranteed.
It helps to have a speaker phone - we can both talk! My husband definitely uses the phone more - he's a more social animal than me.
This is definately an easy quesion for me to answer its definately my husband he's never off the phone.
When I had my cell phone I was on it constantly either talking or texting, but now that I have gotten rid of my cell I don't talk near as much.
That being said, I still can talk to some family and friends for hours. haha. I talk to my great aunt a lot and we will easily talk for 2 hours sometimes. So, my phone use really depends on who I'm talking to.
My husband on the other hand only uses the phone maybe once a week.
Well I use the phone more only because we have cell phones and when he is on his too much I turn it off. He would use the phone way more if he could...
When I was married, my hubby definitely used the phone more. He hated the phone, but once he got on it, he was committed and the call would last forever. I just made more little short calls to schedule something for the kids.
Women makes more phone calls especially those who do not have any job.
In my opion, it is diffrent situation in the different family. For my family, husband use more.
Wife of course. But half the time its business, which means income for family so I'm not complaining.
I hate to be on phone unless it's business or a very very important need. Like saying "hello darling".
I believe the cell phone is intrusive, and prefer to use missed call feature for time management.
Wife and I are tied, especially since we had to cancel our phone service recently.
In my house its me who uses the phone more than any body in house. I use it more for bussiness purpose than personal one.
Whoever uses the phone , the poor husband has to pay the bill
My husband is a phone freak. He just got a new phone and he carries it on him where ever he goes.
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