Why are we so adamant that ‘everybody is beautiful?’ Why are we so invested in publicly and cloyingly validating physical beauty?
A mysterious Facebook status update insinuating I’m doing something really cool or trendy, posted on a Saturday night when I’m home alone and nobody has texted me to make plans.
You’ve paused a conversation with, “Hold on, let me Instagram this really quick.”
The access we get to information with social media comes with a huge cost.
An occasional article, comment, and likes are a great way to show you notice what your partner is up to, but try not to spam your friends.
Have you ever posted a Facebook status and then have someone ask you, call you or text you about it? “What was that all about?” “Is this about so-and-so?” “Are you OK?”
What initially began as a plan for me to find inner peace and escape from the chaos my life soon became the reason I could finally get work done.
Then came the regret.
I’d rather be in a human centipede than a group text.
Girls go crazy for complex, intricately sculpted facial hair.