Social and Alone

Rebecca S. Morehouse

I’ve done it. I’ve “Facebook stalked” an ex, or that person I went to high school with but haven’t actually talked to for years, or how about tweeting the details of my last meal because I’m apparently desperate to have something to send into the twitter-sphere. Yes, you know what I’m talking about. Regrettable, maybe. Embarrassing, definitely.

Welcome to the newest form of mind numbing, shamefully wasteful ways to spend the day; Social media. This term, “social media” gets me, because sitting around in my underwear, with morning breath and self – loathing, peering into peoples virtual lives couldn’t be more depressing or anti- social.

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