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When I say I'm busy at work & cannot join for an outing in the evening (like shopping etc), my wife at times accepts and leaves. But sometimes she chooses to turns on the terror. I've been thinking what might've been the logic behind.
Some critical findings:
When I'm at work, my wife keeps sending some fwd messages in Whatsapp.
Me being innocent, pick them up all, watch, and at times respond.
And when I'm really busy, I wouldn't touch my phone.
I just realize my wife's been using these messages like an availability sensing protocol.
My wife compares the time difference between Message Delivered And Message Viewed
If these two consistently draw a close graph during my work hours, then she understands I'm all free and watching messages over phone RIGHT ON TIME, Instantly once they are delivered.
If I'm really busy, these curves wouldn't match their patterns so she concludes it as "Okay he's real busy"
Poor lady spelt this out once in anger, "You got all time to watch junk messages but cant come back home on time".
Now I know when to open a message and show it as "read/viewed".
Starting to think people post kid pics in their profiles because that was the last time they were cute - Jeremy.