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Harris Interactive did a LetsTalk survey about when it's OK to talk on a cellphone in public and when it's not. Most (63%) of the 2000 US cellphone owners who responded thought it was OK to talk on a cellphone while driving, or in the supermarket (66%), but bothering everyone around you by gabbing on that phone in a movie theater (just 2% said that was ok), or cellphoning while sitting on the shitter (38% approved) or at a restaurant (21%) were generally frowned upon.

Take our own special Gizmodo poll about inappropriate cellphone usage after the jump.

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Study: Some Public Cell Phone Chats OK [Wireless Week]