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Published 5 years ago with 2 Comments

Fishing for compliments

This happens more than it should.

 

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  • drunkenninja
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    I see this on facebook every day. People need reassurance, as there is lots of low self esteem people out there and facebook makes it really easy to do this.

    • ChelsG
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      This is true. I'm not sure what I dislike more though, people who make their lives seem perfect (pictures of themselves toting $1000 purses, rolling around in fancy cars) or people who post a nice picture being all, "Just woke up, look like shit but oh well!" whilst clearly doused in makeup, fishin' for them compliments. For me personally I can kind of tell when a posted picture is genuine and organic, and when it's posted for an ulterior reason..

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