Source: TeaCake/Twitter DC got a cellphone-only sidewalk lane. What happened next… https://t.co/PYfbH7RdRn pic.twitter.com/kjbNAfPwt9— Michael Hendrix (@michael_hendrix) July 18, 2014 Unfortunately Yahoo reports that only a minority of pedestrians actually paid any attention to the divide, but a LOT of people took out their phones to take a picture. Figures.Guess everyone is just going to have to put up with those pesky text-and-walkers a little longer. (Sorry in advance.)9 struggles everyone faces at an outdoor gig in Ireland>Here’s how one Monaghan shop are excellently dealing with useless Garth Brooks merch> Cellphone lanes? Only in D.C. pic.twitter.com/zaRTwLnN5p— TeaCake (@readNrainbow) July 17, 2014 Source: Michael Hendrix/Twitter HAVE YOU EVER been stuck walking behind someone who’s completely engrossed in their phone, moving at a glacial pace and crashing into other pedestrians?Annoying, right? Well, a city in the US tried to change that. Tried.Earlier this week, a footpath in Washington DC was separated into two lanes: ‘cellphones’ and ‘no cellphones’. So those who want to walk and text were supposed to use the ‘cellphone’ lane, and everyone else would take the other one. The project was being carried out as a ‘social experiment’ for the National Geographic TV show Mind Over Masses, and a TV crew was camped out on the street to capture how people would react.But did it work? Did a peace settle on the streets? Did the people who walk with their noses in their phones stay in their own lane? Er, no.