Once again, I saw this on facebook, and once again I asked myself “Why?”
Why do people put this as their status? Why?
Let’s start with the first line “No one reads my wall.”
Okay then, why are you even putting this on your wall? Really?
That first line just irritates the heck out of me because it is so self-deprecating and sad.
I never know if I should feel pity or annoyance.
But by the third line the dang thing is trying to convince me that this is all some kind of game.
Like it’s going to turn into fun now that I’m already feeling pitiful annoyance?
Worse yet, the thing suggests it’s a game to “see who reads my wall.”
Well for goodness sake, you already acknowledged that NO ONE READS MY WALL in the first line.
That’s just ridiculous.
I can’t even go one because it’s too ridiculous.
I have to wonder what this has to say about the socialization of America.
Have we gotten to a place where we measure our worth according to how many people respond to a totally ridiculous meme posted as a status on a facebook page?
Why not just ensure that you make yourself feel good by posting something like:
I am AMAZING! Like if you agree!
Just confirm what you’re trying to confirm anyway and don’t make others feel bad that they didn’t do it for you.
Facebook is so full of memes that I’ve begun to wonder if we are morphing into a civilization that will only be able to communicate with these little packaged sets of words.
Imagine this conversation:
I vow to let go of all worries to be light and free.
You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the first one.
I’m not sure if I’m in a bad mood or everyone is annoying.
You must learn to let go, leave the stress. You were never in charge anyway.
Your faces uses more muscles to frown than to smile.
What can I say, I’m addicted to exercise.
If a priest blesses an avocado is it holy guacamole?
Is that confusing, or should I just. . .