Some of these are really embarrassing.
Take note of the number of times you go to check your own phone for Facebook, Instagram, of Snapchat updates without realizing they aren’t on your phone. See how many times you forget you’re on a social media detox.
I can’t speak for other generations but I doubt there’s ever been this much pressure to appear happy all the time. Facebook and Instagram are the battlegrounds on which we fight to prove just how happy we are and nobody takes first place.
This is how fake news is created to get you to buy stuff.
And guess what? My so-called enviable thigh gap and six pack weren’t the reason I wasn’t able to get on the flight.
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.’
It’s never been easier to talk, to distract ourselves, to puff ourselves up.
You were way more emotionally invested in him than he was in you. Mostly because he didn’t know who you were. And also because you just fell in love with his Twitter.
Food tasted good hot. By the time I went through 18 tries to get the perfect shot of my pancakes, my breakfast would be cold.
Imagine being this horrible of a human being.