The Most Real Thing On The Internet

How many hours of your day is spent browsing the limitless reach of the internet? How much time do you spend on Facebook or Twitter? How many Youtube videos do you consume over the course of a 24 hour period? Whatever it may be, you’re there. Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr? I’m sure you are familiar.

We consume an unreal amount of social media. And, while some of it is useful, much of what we consume is useless and just serves to entertain us while we pass from place to place in our day.

Now, this is not one of those blog posts where you are encouraged to put down your phone and go stand outside. I mean, it’s really hot out right now. Who would want to do this? Stay inside and play on your phones. I just wanted to point out that, from time to time, you will wander across something online that perfectly describes you. At this moment, the internet ceases it’s entertainment function and transforms itself into an extension of your own emotions.

You must share it. The more people who see it the better. After all, this visual will allow all those who are connected to you to have a far better understanding of the creature that they are attempting to decode.

Such a moment has now happened to me and I have to pass it along to you.


I remember a day before the internet when our phones were used for making phone calls instead of checking our Facebook pages and I hated it. I have always hated talking on the phone. There is something about getting on the phone that makes me want to immediately get back off at all costs.


I don’t think I’m alone. In this age of texts and FB messages, why would anyone actually call you? Just send a text.

Life is Strange. Live it Well.

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