It’s simple: texting gets rid of all obvious social cues that come with verbally telling a lie. We can’t get caught because we have the time to perfectly construct a legitimate excuse and no one can call us out for stuttering or quickly changing the story under pressure.
“#BeforeFacebookI had to stalk my exes with binoculars and camouflage.”
Kanye West flipped on Twitter. Whatever. Amber Rose said she put her finger in his ass. Cool. The problem? PEOPLE flipped at that point.
I think someone is very angry about having been born a Muggle…
“Found a guy shot 8 times, died right there, shot through the eye and throat.”
Is it finally over?? Did Wiz win??
Rapper B.o.B. reveals himself as a Flat Earth Society member.
“I don’t think storms come to punish humankind for some horrible sin. That said, #jonasblizzard did arrive the same weekend as Dirty Grandpa.”
Why do others feel the need to discredit someone’s attention and intellect just because something they have a valid opinion on doesn’t match up with their own? Look, we are all individuals with our own minds. We are allowed to like and dislike things.
I don’t think some girls realize how easy it is to spot someone clearly desperate or trying to make a point on social media. Because even though you think your “#SoUgly” hashtag makes you seem humble, in reality it just makes you seem like you are fishing for compliments.