Lately everything has come down to this, for me at least, looking at random strangers, envying them, feeling bad about my own life and ending up depressed.
I can’t express how nice it is to hear some news and be genuinely surprised, or excited, by it, rather than replying with, ‘yeah, I saw that on Facebook.’
If you have a mobile phone, please look out for the following symptoms to determine whether your device is responsible for the destruction of: quality of life, relationships, human interaction or other.
If you don’t respond in a timely fashion, people will actually start to think something’s wrong and reach out to you AGAIN, adding to the intimidating backlog of messages lingering in the never-ending digital hellhole that is your smartphone.
Major app updates are released every so often to these key social media empires to make them even better, and in a way, we slowly lose communication with those who matter most.
I won’t be able to analyze everyone’s Instagrams and silently scream about how much better everyone’s life looks compared to mine. Like, how are people my age gallivanting around on yachts? ALSO, IT’S A TUESDAY.
Samsung’s most recent release, the Galaxy Note 7, has been making headlines lately for all the wrong reasons.
He took one look at my age, at the apparatus I was using, and made the deduction that I was wasting my time doing something useless on social media.
We don’t even have to think. You can just snap a selfie and send, hoping to get some sort of response.