Ah, social media: can't live with it, can't live without it. On one hand, it's a fantastic way to stay in touch with old friends and to see what they're up to, regardless of where they are in the world. On the other hand, it can become incredibly easy to compare yourself to perfect-looking Instagram models and other types of successful influencers who have seemingly perfect lives.
The social media struggle is real, but it's oh so addictive.
Australian comedian, Celeste Barber is imitating celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Miranda Kerr to highlight how unrealistic celebrity posts are.The comedian has been doing the hilarious photo challenge for over two years and started it 'for a laugh' with her friends. So Funny!
The Internet Gods have spoken: we have been overdue for another stupid social media privacy hoax. This time around, boomers and the technologically ignorant are concerned about their already non-existent privacy on image-sharing site Instagram.The post claims that deleted photos and messages will be made public unless the "memo" is shared. The message is laughable, but the masses are pretty damn gullible where privacy is concerned. To make matters worse, celebrities and politicians such as Rick Perry (The US Secretary of Energy...) and Usher have been sharing the bogus spam as well. Instagram and Twitter users with a bit more of their wits about them have been using this opportunity to roast their share-happy peers via memes and exasperated tweets - and the results are pretty fricken' funny.
Calling all future dads! Not planning to have kids ever? That's okay, you can still embody the spirit of a dad without ever having the offspring. These memes will get you started on your dad journey!
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