By now it’s safe to say that the vast majority of us have Instagram. And there is quite the divide within the population on this ridiculous app.
“C’mon, let’s go out…” your friend says.
“But it’s so cold out……..” you whine.
“Rachel it’s July.”
“But I’m so tiiiirreedddd….”
“But this morning you said that you wa–”
“SAID SHMAID I SAY A LOT OF THINGS I DON’T MEAN.”
7. Washing your face.
Life’s most genuine moments of happiness are those that usually happen within a blink of an eye, without any screen in between you and the magnificence, and with no buttons to push.
Selfies are freaking awesome.
Suddenly, we’ve all become the Gordon Gekkos of social media; greedily demanding more and more likes to feel satisfied that our evaluations are still positive.
Whether it was art reflecting the sign of the times, or, as Vogue intends and has always intended, stamping a self-fulfilling prophecy by labeling what would then come to be, it’s true.
5. Drunk texting my mom.
Much like literature, photography was once left to the skilled, well-studied, highly-innovative and patient. Oh did you need patience!
I’m a millenial and I blog; I know what I’m talking about.