Why are we so adamant that ‘everybody is beautiful?’ Why are we so invested in publicly and cloyingly validating physical beauty?
Every meal, every outfit, every emotion – nothing is off-limits when it comes to being an oversharer.
A mysterious Facebook status update insinuating I’m doing something really cool or trendy, posted on a Saturday night when I’m home alone and nobody has texted me to make plans.
You’ve paused a conversation with, “Hold on, let me Instagram this really quick.”
#WCW: If you don’t have an SO, might as well post a pic of your favorite girl crush.
5. Let’s talk about how liking a picture is now a form of communication. “Have you talked to ____ recently?” “No… but he liked my insta yesterday.” “Uch, that’s annoying.” “I know.” WHAT? So the answer is No. No, you have not talked to him.
I’m not advocating for a change in social media. It’s practically unavoidable. I just want people to step back every so often and think about how many likes they get on their Instagram actually means.
I would be lying if I said that I wasn’t one of them.
No, like, you really REALLY love Instagram, though. Imagining a world without it is your own personal hell.
You want a girl? Aim for first place.