This list of quotes from online social media is my favorite group of quotes to share with you all. I know it’s not the easiest for you to find, but for us social media junkies, these are some of my favorite quotes that have been made into memes, gifs, and tweets.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with the following memes, but I thought you might find these hilarious.
1. “You can be a dick, but you can also be a dick.
You can be either a dick, or you can be a dick. You can be mean and nasty to other people, or you can be mean and nasty to yourself. I like both extremes.2. It’s not about the content, it’s about the platform.
This one is a bit of a stretch, but I remember seeing this meme on Twitter in the late ’90s. But it is a good one. If you have a social media platform, then be careful what you post. It’s a slippery slope. There’s nothing worse than a man who posts memes on Facebook that are meant to be funny, but are actually just a bunch of creepy, creepy guys who need to take their clothes off.
It would be better to think of social media platforms as a public forum for the expression of ideas, rather than a place to broadcast them. It makes you look like you are doing something, and makes it too easy for others to take it the wrong way. In reality, the vast majority of social media posts are written from the viewpoint of a third party, and are not meant to be taken seriously.
I have never been too happy with the “likes” system on Twitter. Many users who share their own stories of life are just getting too much attention, and it is not clear whether or not they should. I think we need to be careful with what we post on social media platforms. It isn’t just about sharing what you want the world to know, but also about making sure you are being honest and are not being self-promotional.
With the proliferation of social media, it is easy to find someone to vent to about their feelings, but you have to be careful when it comes to sharing the feelings of others. If we are talking about someone who is really in a bad mood, for instance, then we need to be careful to not use it as a way to vent about that person. When someone is upset, we are also prone to be quick to react in a way that is not exactly appropriate.
One of the most common and offensive things we have seen users do is to use social media to vent about their sadness. We do not want to be caught in our own pity party. It is perfectly acceptable, however, to share a small but meaningful amount of sadness with a friend. It is important to remember that when you share your feelings with others your friend is not there to pity. If you feel you are hurting someone, please be aware of that.
We’ve all been guilty of being too quick to the dark side. I think that people are just too busy with their day-to-day lives to remember that the people they are interacting with on social media are the people that they might be most afraid of.