Typing a question into their Facebook status bar instead of the Google search bar.
Sharing fake and ridiculous news articles that were clearly intended to just get clicks and make money off adverts.
Sharing articles from satirical news sites like The Onion and Newsthump thinking it’s 100% serious
Sharing vapid quotes as if they’re profound and meaningful “Things end, people change and life goes on”, like yeah no shit Sherlock.
Posting multiple Instagram photos of almost exactly the same thing one after another. Thank you for showing me what your new car looks like from every possible angle.
Belittling mental illnesses by describing the feeling of sadness as ‘depression’
Re-sharing funny tweets as your own instead of using the retweet button
Instagramming grainy, bad quality pictures of food that doesn’t even look nice. Ew get your lumpy porridge off my feed, looks like sick.
Saying goodnight to a social network. “Night Facebook!” … err night John, from Facebook.
Writing blog posts about bullet journalling. It’s called using a notebook and it’s not this new and amazing concept that people make out.
Instagram pages which exist purely for vanity. Nobody likes your face that much, except maybe you.
Twist and exaggerate things you tweet because 140 characters just wasn’t enough to get your point across in context.
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