People have posted some really funny stuff on Twitter this year.
It used to be a very special thing when someone remembered that it was our birthday, and now we expect to have our wall filled with Happy Birthdays from people that we may have lost touch with.
I didn’t want unlimited opportunities to message you. I didn’t want to be tempted to say hello when I noticed that you were online at the same time as me or comment on your page when you posted a ridiculously attractive photo.
#14 made me burst out laughing at the library.
“My mom takes pictures of every single food we eat and then has to tell her friends about it and by the time she’s done dinner is already gone!”
By obsessing over their lives, we are crowding out time for our life.
Stop constantly trying (and failing) to ‘quit’ social media. Just learn how to take it with a grain of salt. Understand that as fun and addicting as it can be, it’s also largely full of crap. Yes, it’s super entertaining, but it’s also one large filter that makes everybody’s lives look prettier. Just have fun with it and remember not to take it as reality.
“There would already be a law saying they could have a week off every month. #IfMenHadPeriods”
Tony the Tiger is now a sex icon??
Here’s an unpopular truth: people who post less are actually those who lead amazing lives. And guess what? They don’t need to prove it.