When was the last time you ate dinner and didn't check social media? If you can't stop looking at Instagram between courses, maybe you should listen to some wise advice from a few Muppets.
The Muppets have a simple solution: put your digital devices away during meals.
The entertaining video shows, Big Bird, Elmo, the Count, , Ernie and other well-known Muppets doing the responsible thing before heading out to dinner by turning off their phones and tablets and placing them somewhere out of reach.
The Muppets put their beloved devices inside desk drawers, in purses, on shelves, even in pumpkins -- or in Oscar the Grouch's case, his personal trash can.
At the end of the video, the Muppets gather around a table at a restaurant for dinner, happily chatting away with each other. But then they notice Cookie Monster is still texting away on his phone. Though after seeing his fellow Muppets' displeasure with his actions, he eats his phone.
This isn't the first time Sesame Street has tried to convince kids to get offline and appreciate life.
Back in 2014, Muppets Bert and Grover teamed withactor to sing the song " ."
The delightful duo sing about why it's good to unplug and go offline for a while to appreciate the great outdoors.
The song has catchy lyrics like "On the playground there's a million games to play. We don't need a fancy tablet with a retina display."
The song was produced in partnership with the National Park Foundation and Sesame Workshop to encourage kids to unplug and reconnect with each other and nature.