More than half of Asians believe mobile phone proposals are acceptable.
In a survey of 2,500 respondents from Vietnam, Australia, China, India, Japan and Taiwan, 58 percent of Chinese and 54 percent of Indians said they would accept cellphone proposals.
The survey also found six out of 10 Australians used their cellular phones while driving, nearly 80 percent of Asians used their phones while dining and 20 percent of Taiwanese were most likely to use their phones during '"extremely intimate moments."
Even me as a twitter maniac would consider some situations as not suitable for the public. Some people apparently have no private Do not disturbe mode.