I was talking with my brother-in-law a while back about cell phone etiquette. He was being ragged on because he wouldn't return his missed calls. The caller never left a message, he was just expecting Jonathan to see that he had missed the call and make the call back.
What do you think? If someone calls you but doesn't leave a message are you obligated to make the call back?
I don't think so. The ball has not technically been passed on if the caller doesn't leave a message asking you to return the call.
Here's another one...
I have a few friends who will initiate a text conversation. When I get a text I try to respond right away, so naturally I return their text but they will wait hours, and sometimes the next day, until they actually text back to finish the conversation that they initiated.
So, if you are the one that initiates the text conversation shouldn't you be responsible to see it through until completion?
I want to know what you think...