1. You follow someone but they don’t follow you back.
Imagine this conversation 10 years ago:
“Like, I followed her, but she never followed me back. What’s up with that?”
The answer to that just one short decade ago would have been one or more of the following:
(a) “Oh my God, are you stalking somebody?”
(b) “I don’t get it. If you’re following someone, how the hell can they follow you?”
(c) “WTF are you talking about?”
And yet nowadays, not following someone back is considered very decent grounds for deepemotional injury.
We live in exciting times, my friends.
2. Someone you will never meet is wrong.
Once upon a time, the world was full of people who got things wrong, and we never knew about it. Now we feel it incumbent upon ourselves to take them out and shoot them. Metaphorically, of course. Because killing people is wrong…
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