Most Helpful Girl
Not a red flag at all. I refuse to do Facebook, Instagram, or anything like it. I like gag, because it's sharing opinions, not here for pics of what you ate for lunch, your new whatever the hell you just bought, or status update.
Similarly, I do not like or agree to participate in how superficial most social media is. I don't want to know what your new carpet looks like. I want to know what your biggest fear is. I hate how edited, piecemeal, people pleasing it all is. I think if you can stand back from it for just a min, it becomes clear just how shallow it is.
I don't like that people are obsessed with checking it, competing on it, and missing what's right in front of their faces and actually real for the sake of notifications about the latest 9 billion things people took a pic of in the last hour. Have you noticed how shallow it all is? People have 900 friends, but only about 10-20 who really are interested at all. When did we lose the ability to value depth with those 10-20 in favor of a superficial list of 900?
When is the last time people just stood and watched a sunset with someone? Watch it, watch the persons face, listen to them describe it, listen to what laughing sounds like when it's shared. We are missing life by editing it into bite size artificially filtered and processed pieces. I want to actually swim in the ocean, not sit on the side and try to get the right angle so I can show it to 500 people in hopes of getting on average, 5-20 who go "ok. Cool." I don't care if nobody knows I went for a swim. I did, and I loved it.
No thank you. I'd like to enjoy what's mine, and wish you the best enjoying yours. I'm keeping mine for me, and for the love of all things real, please keep some of yours for you.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Not really. There are variables. For one, social media is social and its online. Not everyone is comfortable posting their personal information online, for the whole world to see. People may not really be not really be into social media, either because they are not that social or not social online, but are social offline or really not be much into using the internet much. Also, they may use the internet a lot, but social media sites doesn't catch their eye. Also, one other big variable and its a big one, internet is not like it was a decade ago, where almost all of the users on the internet, were on from their computer or laptops. Not, many are on from the cell phone now and have no access to internet on a computer. That being said, a lot either don't have smart phones or do and haven't figured out how to use the internet much, except to do basic browsing. Its far far simpler to use internet from a computer or laptop than a phone. Internet from laptop or computer still rules.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE