ONE OF OUR FAVOURITE things to do as a modern society is complain about how people act on social media – but none of us is perfect.
We all have little things we like to indulge in online that we’d very rarely admit to doing. It’s OK though. No need to worry. We have it on good authority that almost everyone is guilty of at least one of these.
Regularly partaking in deep, deep Facebook creeping
How did you end up scrolling through your childhood friend’s mother’s Facebook pictures? No idea!
Accidentally liking an old photo during a deep creep
How do we undo this? Will they still get an email? Is it too late for us now?
Deleting unpopular posts
That spot-on observation you thought was hilarious got less than five likes…
Obsessively keeping track of likes and retweets
All of a sudden you’re this guy. You just LOVE to count!
You don’t want it to seem like you care but, y’know, you care. You put a lot of work into those 140 characters.
Putting Spotify on ‘Private Session’ for a cheesy music binge
And no one will ever know. Ever.
Sneakily untagging unflattering photos
You’ll laugh with the rest of them, but at the first opportunity you’ll creep back and untag. Future-proofing your Facebook photo albums is important to you.
Checking who has unfollowed you
Your heart is saying no.
But your head is saying GO.
Spending ages on getting the perfect angle/pose/filter for a selfie
It never comes out right the first time. Or the second time. Or even the seventh time.
Nevertheless, your hashtag of choice: #iwokeuplikethis