So have any of you noticed how RIDICULOUS people are getting on social networking these days? Like, for real. Just because you can take a picture of your food and post it online doesn't mean you should.
Look, I'm browning hamburger in a skillet. That requires exceptional culinary skill. And I took this picture at a jaunty angle with my cell phone so you understand that I am kind of artsy in addition to being a culinary genius.
And just because you can "check in" at the gym and post a picture of yourself flexing in the mirror doesn't mean you should.
Killer thighs, bro.
Now I know that this one is going to bother some people but you know what? I don't care. Because even if you are pregnant and you can take a picture of your "belly bump" every single day and post it online, doesn't mean you should.
OMG! You're about to pop! I bet you can't wait to get that little guy out of you! You must be SO uncomfortable!
Anyone who knows me knows that I have a strange and semi-unhealthy obsession with social media. I even got cut off by Facebook one time because I was spending a "suspicious" amount of time on their site (don't judge me). But even I have a hard time dealing with the abundance of these types of posts on my news feeds. I proposed on Facebook a few weeks ago, that people should have to pass a test to get a license in order to operate social media. I think it's a brilliant idea (obviously, I came up with it) but others seemed to be in favor of it too. So what do you think my little Blogettes? (You'd better say it's a good idea...or else...) And now, for the best part of the internet, funny cat.
"BLAAAHHHCCCHHHH! Your Facebook PDA disgusts me!" - Crazy Cat says no to social media PDA.
PS While we're on the topic of social media, I have a brand new iPhone now and am back in the Twitterverse! Follow me @brittanytate01