Dino: Connection. Fail.

So there I was. Sitting around a bit. Hanging around, trying to have some fun with my human and the other humans around, but I could not connect with them anymore. Not like I used to. They were so totally focused on those digital stuff they focus on these days, that I could not get through to them. As if it is not hard enough that the weather is so damn cold out here during spring, as if it is not hard enough that it is raining constantly. I was ignored. Not completely, that’s true, but ignored nonetheless. The television was on in the living room, the radio was on in the bedroom, the laptop was standing on the kitchen table, on, there was an Ipad in the lap of one of the humans and a phone in the hand of the others. I kept asking myself what was wrong with these creatures. They are so lucky to be able to communicate in such an advanced manner and still they say so little of importance to each other. It almost embarrasses me to say that I saw a commercial on the television, that was still blasting visions and sound, that actually was telling the exact same thing I experienced. There was a cow destroying all the possibilities of digital communication. The commercial pleaded that humans just needed some tenderness. Well, I don’t know about you humans, but I sure do. So what about going on a digital diet all together? Just leave that phone at home when you go out with your friends, leave that laptop off during the weekends and cuddle with your kittehs! And if you don’t have a kitteh, you can always write me some fan mail, on a paper, with a pen. Make a drawing and send that to me. There it is. I said it. I’m off, going to get some cuddles from my human.

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One Comment to “Dino: Connection. Fail.”

  1. Nice to hear from you again Dino! I’m writing you this fanmail, because I really like your thoughts, and I like to play with you when I am visiting your human. Don’t change who you are! Those humans with their digi-toys, I have to admit, I am one of those too…, they’ll notice you anyway when you are just you. Don’t worry! See you soon.

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