I guarantee you there are people RIGHT NOW writing 1,500 word articles on the selfishness of our Snapchats, of our selfies, of our 140 character limited late night thoughts.
#SundayFunday drinking my #saltedcaramelmocha!
It’s obvious that no one’s life is perfect and that we all go through struggles and hardships at times. To say that a person is “fake” because they choose to post pictures of moments that seem trivial or “basic” or whatever is honestly stupid.
Despite my preparations for normalcy and adjustment, I never expected to feel isolated.
Ask yourself: “If I knew nobody would judge me, what would I stand for?”
You have a photograph of me. My face is lit up and I look pretty.
No adult male should be asking anyone (especially his lover) if he could go out and hang out with his boys to do some male bonding.
Selfies can give others insight into your personality, especially if you’re lazy, upbeat, or neurotic. And not only do selfies tell the world a whole lot about you — the people who see your selfies are judging you.
Instagram users are not the only people affected by this concerning phenomenon, bystanders in the vicinity of the perfect ‘gram seeker often fall victim to their lives being interrupted as well.
“Love? Forget love, it’s time to get tough.”