It’s funny that once we get behind a keyboard, we feel as if there’s no way anyone can touch us. It’s sort of like how people get much more confident once they’re behind the wheel of a car, as if the metal between them and the outside world is an unbreakable barrier. Well, the keyboard is not an unbreakable barrier, as these seventeen posts prove. Remember, people can and will call you out.
1. Drugs Are So Cool, Especially When They’re Prescribed
Look, I can sort of understand when people brag about drugs and drug taking on social media websites. It’s difficult to come up with a personality for yourself when there’s so many individuals in the world, so sometime you’ve got to take a shortcut by doing something like getting a racy tattoo, a taboo piercing or taking illicit drugs. However, this guy is in hospital! It’s pretty standard to be given drugs in hospital. Even if he wasn’t lying, this would be a ridiculous post.
2. When You Assume…
Yeah, it’s clear that the person who wrote or posted this article doesn’t really understand the best way to get in shape. This is a major shutdown. I “assume” that the reason a triathlon isn’t the best way to get fit is because it’s more about endurance than it is getting into shape. But I wouldn’t know, so I wouldn’t like to “assume.”
3. So Brutal
This is absolutely brutal. I’d like to think that if I was in this situation, I would do something like this. There is no better way to get revenge with stuff like this than by freaking them out. That being said, I’m assuming that the person being lied to is in the wrong, but maybe they’re incredibly clingy and that’s why the other person is lying.
4. How Obvious Is This?
I reckon this would be slightly more believable if she hadn’t written ‘i drew this’ underneath. Could there be a quicker way to make it more obvious that you actually did not draw something than saying that you drew it? Btw, there’s nothing worse than pretending you created something you didn’t. Don’t do it.