It's Saturday night and you're out for dinner and drinks with friends. Your cocktail arrives, looking nice and pretty.
Whip out your phone, time for a quick selfie.
The main course comes out, immaculately plated. That would look great with a lo-fi filter on Instagram.
Suddenly it's 8.30pm, your food is cold and your phone is out of battery because you spent the last half-hour trying to get the perfect picture to post on Facebook.
Laugh all you want, but look around any restaurant in Wollongong on your next night out and it is the reality.
Our social media world and the obsession to document and show off every fancy beverage, beautiful meal or snazzy snack we come across, means the humble iPhone or Android device is omnipresent at meal times.
It is the reason Dagwood, Market Street's hippest new eatery, has introduced the region's first Discgo Charger - a wireless docking and charging station for your mobile.
Dagwood owner Aaron Crinis said the Discgo was a response to customers' changing needs.
"It's all about convenience. If our guests are out for drinks and a meal after a whole day at work, their phone is probably going to run out of battery," he said.
"Rather than go home to charge your phone, or bringing your own charger to the restaurant as some people do, this charges the phone for you."
Discgo Chargers are being rolled out in bars and restaurants across the country, with Dagwood the first in Wollongong to offer the technology.
The small disc-like device can charge two devices at once, taking as little as 15 minutes to juice up your dead phone.