–I just don’t understand why some people do this, I mean, what would come out of this? You’d only get other people pissed at you for spoiling their favorite tv show or the movie they’ve been dying to see. Next time… Just don’t… For your own sake.
B: “I don’t wanna go to school today because school is full of pretentious fake people! I’m really hurt you guys! Finding out how everyone betrayed me… Woe is me…”
*slap* People who care about your drama would comment or PM you if you posted “A” but if you posted “B” its too much, no one needs to know that, unless they genuinely care.
“I’m so haggard”- “look so fat on this dress” – “i just had a huge meal” — “Sometimes I wish I wasn’t 5’10, and drop dead gorgeous then I could just walk in peace” –“Travelling everyday is so tiring–wheew”
We all know someone like this. *massive face-palm* Self-Deprecation for attention or for any other reason isn’t cute!
-Self-destructive habits aren’t cute. Am I supposed to be awed on how you consume copious amounts of alcohol or should I say killing your liver? Or impressed on how you smoke and damage your lungs? This might sound like a health warning, but I’m just saying, no one cares. You’re just glamorising unhealthy living. Theres nothing wrong if you smoke or drink or whatever, its just don’t put it out on the internet.
Shocker: People who are conscientious, agreeable and emotionally stable are less likely to post Facebook status updates about sex and drugs. (2010 study)
Remember that big talk means small self esteemBragging is an attempt to cover up poor self image. Chronic braggers may be suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder. This is a psychological problem which results in grandiose behaviour. The narcissist needs constant attention in order to feel ‘whole.’ Underneath their self-important façade, the narcissist suffers chronic feelings of shame or humiliation.
-The world doesn’t need to see all the angles of your face. Piece of advice: One selfie is enough for one day.
The study from three business schools in Europe confirms that selfies are the worst. In a paper hilariously titled “Tagger’s Delight? Disclosure and liking behaviour in Facebook: the effects of sharing photographs amongst multiple known social circles” four professors claim that people who post more selfies have shallow relationships with people. You know, real, live people. With heartbeats! Increased frequency of sharing photographs of the self, regardless of the type of target sharing the photographs, is related to a decrease in intimacy,” explains the report.
8. ) Ghost Tag
– If I’m not in them, don’t tag me. I know that there’s a setting where in you could accept tags and such, but it takes so much time and gets in the way of real and actual notifications that kindda matter.
9. ) Game requests
– One of the most ranted about Facebook issues. Yeap it gets pretty annoying, especially if you’re waiting for a specific reply/notification/message then you rush to your phone/PC/Loopy only to find a freaking game request. Loves some of you might not know it but you could actually block these annoying requests 😀
You’re welcome. lol.
-This types of posts range from ‘Don’t look at my boobies, no just kidding, look at them they’re majestic’ -posts. To… ‘Hey! Pls. like my photos! Tnx!’ In short these types of people’s self-esteem relies on the number of ‘likes’ they get. Which I would argue, its because they don’t like themselves that much, thats why they need others to boost their self-esteem.
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Study: Facebook Users Who Share Too Much Information More Lonely, Depressed
14.) Those Sympathy Posts
– “Feeling sad.” —- “Glad thats over..” —- “What did I do wrong?” their statuses are like hooks, they’re out to lure you in their tales of misery, hungry for some concerned responses. There’s a difference between a genuine bad-news post and pleas for attention posts. Know the difference.
15.) The Chronic Ranter
– Most of these posts consist of political or academic rants. Which could sometimes get pretty ugly and even spark up a full-on online riot. Sharing ones opinion is ok, but posting these rants all the time?!? And throwing in a little HATE on the side is just pathetic, nice job, that’ll surely make the world a better place.
As for me, this post isn’t a ‘hate’ post, its more of a “These-are-just-some-of-the-stuff-I-see-on-my-newsfeed” kinda post, so NO HATE present here. Chill. LOL
So I asked around and these are a few of my favourite answers…
What do people post on social media that annoy you?
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May this post come as a warning to us all, to be humble, and keep sh*t where it belongs, in the toilet and off the internet. Hey, if the shoe fits, better learn how to walk on it. Its up to you if you’ll let it define, destroy or improve yourself.
Maybe you could evaluate yourself by taking this quiz. If you want to. Lol.