What we fail to realize is that social media would not have become what it is if not for us.
Will these celebrities convince you to vote 4 Trump??
The truth is, my friend, nobody really cares about your toast. People will just pretend to care because they want you to like or comment on their pictures. The internet has become this platform where people overshare about their lives.
“Smoke weed every day.”
Here are the steps to liking a photo from 63 weeks ago: delete Instagram, set phone on fire, become the first person to live underwater.
Sit across a table from them and learn more than you would ever acquire by clicking through a hundred tagged photos or scrolling two years back on their timeline.
Do you ever get someone coming up to you in the street? Then you have to explain to whomever you’re with that they’re just someone who follows you on Instagram. Weird.
I found it to be a tool of self destruction, another space where I could compare myself to others and feel lacking.
Nothing screams “LIES!” louder than #RelationshipGoals posts all over social media. I’m not saying that these posts aren’t real or didn’t actually happen in real life. What I’m saying here is that these posts do not determine how real or successful anyone’s relationship is.
It’s simple: texting gets rid of all obvious social cues that come with verbally telling a lie. We can’t get caught because we have the time to perfectly construct a legitimate excuse and no one can call us out for stuttering or quickly changing the story under pressure.