Something to share?
Some people think they are connected because they share content on the internet.
The idea of connection based on the fact that we can see what you are having for breakfast don’t seem to realize that no one actually read your posts.
Before the internet people didn’t care about each other neither but at least they din’t indulge the illusion like they do today.
People think that having 48 followers’ means that 48 human beings read everything they say.
Well, I have news.
Following a person on Twitter is basically the version of clicking Like on Facebook.
The people who follow you don’t read you, they like you.
But the illusion that Twitter creates is powerful.
Even knowing that nobody actually read what you post, you keep the hope alive that tweeting something means interacting with your followers.
Which Harry Potter character are you?
Which superhero are you?
How stupid are you?
You name the faggotly question and there is an online quiz to find the answer.
Do you know who is interested in those test results?
It is near inexplicably how everyone on the internet believes that all the other people want to see their quiz results.
I cannot imagine even one good reason for a lucid creature to be interested in something like that.
Another thing everyone mistakenly thinks the world will be interested in is chat captures.
You can’t scroll more than 2 pages at any funny page without seeing a chat image.
People think their own chats are funny enough to be captured and sent to a page so they can become public entertainment.
Even assuming that those chats may be funny among your friends, all the fun ends the very same minute you share it with people who don’t know you or any of your friends.
What on Earth make you suppose that any of us would find funny your internal jokes?
It’s amazing how much fun you guys have together but please, don’t share it with us.
the world must know the truth!