In 1870, Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell both independently designed devices that could transmit speech electrically (the telephone). 103 years later, we had cell phones. It’s interesting to think back on what I considered a phone when I was 20-months-old. My daughter will grow up without even recognizing the viability of a landline phone, and I’m okay with that. Thanks, Coop.

Here is my 20-month-old daughter using a calculator, imitating my wife and I on the phone.

It doesn’t matter how old or how many tattoos you have, if a toddler hands you a toy phone, you answer that sh*t.