19. Anything Kardashian.
It’s not always pretty, but I guess no one could accuse him of having a publicist write his tweets for him.
He doesn’t want to be “Facebook Official.”
I see it happen all the time in fashion — people mocking and belittling a piece of clothing or a style because they’re threatened by it and can’t offer any insight on it.
Baristas at Starbucks think it’s a funny game to intentionally spell people’s names wrong.
A hefty percentage of users fall under a certain category, or can be grouped as a type. Seeing these same stock characters and accounts is what makes Instagram worthwhile.
6. If you post an OOTD (outfit of the day) every day of the week, I’m done with you.
You see, that witty bio is going to paint us in the way we want to be seen when maybe, hopefully, that person whose pictures we were flipping through last night decides to stalk us too. How romantic.
The parallels are endless; that’s why I’ve decided to spare you the hindsight-bias and answer those questions by combining my perceptiveness with their Instagrams.
For what? More like, what NOT for?