Homegirl is liking a lot of your pictures. And I mean a lot. She’s liking your TBT’s and your MCM’s.
Why someone isn’t texting us back. You know how a watched pot never boils? Well, a watched iPhone never notifies. Step away from the iMessage and breathe.
Delete your damn account.
No. I will not accept your apology. Not over Facebook. We need to start, as a generation, owning up to our mistakes, without Facebook and start learning how to owning it ourselves.
First and foremost, stop worrying about “stuff” entirely.
Social media is like that person who’s butt crack is showing while they are sitting down — you don’t want to look but you can’t look away. But really…it’s addicting. It’s informative. It can be interesting and fun. It can be depressing and alienating. But whether or not we like it, social media is now part of the way our society functions.
Read this if you look around you and feel resentment bubbling in the pit of your stomach at the thought of all the pretty, happy people. Read this if you’d rather swap bodies with someone, anyone.
Though Facebook overlays may seem a trivial topic, they are based on extensive analytics and embody the reality that Western society routinely ignores the struggles experienced in certain parts of the world.
Solidarity, it seems, is at our fingertips.
Enough damage has been done, let us not add to it with insensitive comments, racist slurs, or stereotypical insults directed at religions.