Mary H.K. Choi

Writer

Writes about culture for WIRED

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Sometimes observing teens on their phones feels like watching social rituals in a nature documentary. It’s hard for the #olds to keep up.

#Olds dissecting teen’s strange phone rituals is hilarious

Sometimes observing teens on their phones feels like watching social rituals in a nature documentary. It’s hard for the #olds to keep up.

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