|Me and my travel mates trying out the whole eat pray love thing. Nope, I'm more of a drink play fuck guy i guess.|
So smithankyou decided to make a detailed study with our sample size of - 1. Here's some reason why I am unhappy on Facebook.
My life was pretty awesome until I saw how awesome other's life is and than I got sad. I might not be the most religious person around but I do agree that Envy is a very big pain in the ass sin. We are often shown only how good others' lives are on social media but who shows you the negative part of it right? That being said, we can't help to feel a bit unbalance when we see our peers life being super awesome, having good food, traveling, buying new bags and all. But truth is we can't measure their happiness based on what they are showing (off).
And I always try my best to be humble on social media. I've never whip out
2. Facebook Etiquette
We live by different rules and nobody ever told you what's acceptable and what's not. Excessive tagging you on products, pasting nonsense on your wall, sending you game request (which can be turned off), asking you to like their page, excessive sharing like 1 post every 5 mins because he is at a concert or because he got a new child or even uploading disturbing images etc etc. How do you deal with it? Thank Facebook God for the unfollow function. Remain as friends on FB but not seeing their feed. Sounds about right, but generally the whole social effect leaves life too much to chance on how we can easily annoy each other.
This could have been a sub point under point number 2 but I thought this is a bigger thing on its own. It's really irritating how people will put a cryptic message right after have some disagreement with you, wait for your confrontation and gives you shit like it ain't about you. COMON. If you have the balls to post it on Facebook status, you should have the balls to say it in my face. And yes, being passive aggressive and cryptic makes me sad.
P.S. when i say "say it in my face" i don't me you go write a post and tag that person and wash dirty laundry in the public. Call that person or private message and sort it out?
4. Witch Hunting
|Images from Mothership.sg who got it off Facebook.|
And guess what? more often than not such post has nothing to do with everyone who commented. Like I always say, everyone has a voice but apparently not everyone has a brain.
I do not even blame the person who started the story because he or she was there or saw something that did not go so well with her moral and emotions rush in but what about everyone else who sits in front of the computer sharing and commenting irresponsibly? That's just appalling isn't it? I am no saint and I probably done something like this before as well but I hope this serves as a reminder that we should all think before we share.
5. Idiots, Idiots everywhere.
I'm just gonna leave this here.
So yeah, Facebook is fun and all but there are just way too much shit on it too isn't it? But funny how I'm still drawn to clicking that blue icon each day. Thank you very much for ruining my day, every day.
And here's a post that you might want to considering reading before posting anything else - 5 QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE POSTING ON SOCIAL MEDIA
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