1. #nofilter I tried every filter, from Amaro to Kelvin, and yet failed to find one that made my sunset look prettier than anybody else’s.
If you have to cry, do it. It scares people.
If you start staking portions of the room that are “YOURS ONLY,” you probably shouldn’t be living with other people.
Should we be appalled by the fact that these young people are turning such a serious situation into a vain Internet trend?
Instead of trying to learn or understand something, criticize it!
You’ve specifically chosen shoes just for the sake of taking a sidewalk pic.
Obama went to Denver the other day and some weird things happened. First, Obama was offered drugs and splashed across his face a nice smile. “Do you want to hit this?” Instagram user manton89, asks the president.
The only proper time to pick up a drunk girl is when she needs to be picked up. This occurs when she’s too drunk to stand on her own two feet.
I think I know why we do it. Record everything. Filter it, crop it, save it, post it. Every image, every word. For perpetuity’s sake but also for something else, something more urgent. We haven’t yet found out who we are.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with the premise of 100 Happy Days — maybe you feel like you don’t focus on your own happiness enough in life. The sentiment is laudable in its own right, but it misses a bigger point.