Have you ever listened to someone lecture you about using social media to much? Let me guess, they joked about how everyone's looking down on their phones to pay attention to this. But seriously, it's gotten out of hand. Yes, I still use social media and maybe I'm a hypocrite then. Anyway, I was inspired to put this together. You can tell which ones annoy me the most, right?
Facebook - The leader of this parade (assuming we've all forgotten about MySpace). Without them, none of this would exist. However, like all innovators, they've gone out of style; let's be honest, we all "lost interest" when our parents added us. Still banking on Farmville users, now with Farmville 2. And it's still the best way to stalk your ex, can't forget about that.
Twitter - The new trend. Basically, it's just a bunch of high schoolers complaining about school and life in general, deluding themselves to being really popular with 149 followers (still more than I have...), and feeling really cool when their favorite celebrity or athlete took less than a second out of their lives to favorite one of the thousands of tweets sent at them. I will say that the drunk tweets make my lonely nights that much funnier.
Pinterest - Last semester, this girl I sat next to in my literature class would ask me every day if I was on Pinterest. When I said no, she would say, "good, it's fucking addicting". This is basically a better Google Images, wherein you can see all the cool things other people are doing, pin them to an album (or board, I think it's called? Board would make sense), and look at them almost never. Good for inspiring your next project or something like that. I call it YouTube for pictures: 1% users have talent and should be famous, 99% users have something better they should be doing.
Instagram - Just an iPhone thing. Something for iPhone-ers to do when nobody is txting them, calling them, tweeting at them, emailing them, but they still want to feel popular. Great venue for selfies!!
deviantArt - All of the above. It's true.
Google Plus - Google knew we used Google at least 19043243924783201012873219 times a day, so they made Gmail. Needing to add on to that, they made Google Chrome. And since people accessing the Internet through Google Chrome (like me and everyone else not using Firefox) clearly didn't have enough to do already, Google Plus was born. While supposedly the easiest way to send your friends a link to that YouTube video that has you in stitches, it's also nice if you don't mind having your aunt accidentally finding out what kind of porn you watch; Google Incognito remedied that issue a little too late.
Life - No, not a social media website. Just something you occasionally partake in just so you have something to talk about on whichever social media sites you do use.
Watching: It's 3 AM. WTF is on TV right now?!?!?!