7 People On Social Media Who Are More Annoying Than New Moms

7 People On Social Media Who Are More Annoying Than New Moms

7 People On Social Media Who Are More Annoying Than New Moms

New moms get a bad rap when it is necessary to social media activity, and, to be fair, posting endless photos of your toddler in various states of undress is a questionable option at best. But only because they are perhaps the most notorious of the social media delinquents does not mean that they are the most purely annoying. There are other, more nuanced forms of social media badness that exceed even the look at this thing I pushed out of me hysteria. And these are the seven biggest ones .

1. Women trying to sell pyramid strategy weight loss crap.

I dont know exactly when it started, but at a certain point, Facebook became less a place to share personal anecdotes for some people, and more a place to hawk your fat-binding wraps that magically shrink your waist by three inches.( I think this is called a corset, and I dont actually think it results in any weight loss, for what its worth .) Either way, this snake oil weight loss industry, that shows in pills, wraps, powder, beverages, and even questionable moisturizers, seem like the 2015 version of Mary Kay. Except, instead of harmless cosmetics, some of these products seem like they result in irritable bowel syndrome or hives.

2. People who engage in twenty-tweet-long conversations with you included for no reason.

Maybe there was a reason to@ the person at the very beginning of this. But when you and your friend break away into a conversation about how much you need to hang out, or dumb pop culture jokes, or some sort of story only the two of you are aware of, do the right thing and stop @ing the person who hasnt been involved in the conversation for four tweets. Would you only continue talking loudly at a party with a person standing awkwardly in the middle of you? I hope not, I hope youd move to the snack table like a decent human. So dont do it on Twitter, either.

3. Guys on Instagram who are exist to leave thirsty comments.

Every time I see a guy leaving an perfectly atrocious comment on some random chicks vacation photo, I am overwhelmed with the exhort to call their mothers.( To be fair, the same runs for the teenage girls who@ Ed Sheeran with things like spitting in my mouth daddy, but they candidly seem more funny and less like they might actually murder the object of their affection .) At the end of the day, though, all of these people need Jesus.

4. Men who search keywords related to feminism to argue in your mentions.

Do they genuinely have nothing better to do than repeatedly type in misogyny, sexism, or even women, only to pop up in the tweeters mentions to argue with them about the textbook definition of oppression? Actually, you know what, dont answer that.( But do answer why all of them have Twitter names like @WolfMind. Id love to know the creative process there .)

5. Couples who dont know how to edit their online affection.

No one wants 100 photos of your bridal, or your engagement story, or your honeymoon, or the time you constructed crock pot buffalo chicken last week. Take a lesson from Instagram and edit your presence. A few option shootings go a long way.( Besides, you always want to leave while the party is bangin, and I estimate that the Facebook love party stops being bangin around photo five .)

6. People whose entire lives have become their new diets.

I mean it when I say that Im genuinely happy for people when they find a new eating habit that offer more fulfillment and happiness to their everyday life and Ive even written on this very site about my own journey into eating better this year. But it does feel a bit unfortunate when told eating habit becomes a defining personality trait, and someone who was once posting a robust variety of content about various aspects of their life is now limited to talking about all of the thrilling styles cauliflower can replace chicken( it cannot ).

7. People who talk about the evils of social media while actively engaging in it.

No one wants your long-winded status updates about why youre taking a pause from social media, or see your dumb comic strip about how technology is the worst thing to happen to humans in the past 100 years including the Holocaust, and how none of us are capable of experiencing real feeling anymore because were all caught up in our screens. If you dont like social media, leave it. And no need to attain huge proclamations about how youre~ unplugging ~. Just close the door behind you and get on with your life, just like all of the people who are capable of having a Twitter and also being a normal humen who spend time with their family. If you cant multitask , no one else cares.

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