Our expert says:
Not long back it was normal social etiquette not to call people after 6 or 7 pm, and it was assumed that calls after that ime would be about an emergency. It was normal to respect one's own "family time" and that of others. Now teenagers more often want to chat at length about nothing much, in the late evening. And the spread of cell-phones has made it too easy to call whnever the whim strikes you. They used to say : " I hope I'm not disturbing you", but this is becoming rare.
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