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Which one are you?

Who do you consider yourself?

Which one are you?

There is so many different kinds of people on Facebook, or any social media, but for the purpose of this article, these are strictly Facebook people categories.

The babies..

I remember being in middle/high school and everyone around me would be posting everything that would come to mind without giving it a second thought. These are the babies, that shouldn't be able to have social media. They use it for the wrong reasons, and bullying and it is just a time that everyone tries to forget.

The Partier

This is the person that it does not matter if it is a Tuesday at 2 or a Saturday at 9 you know these people are always down for a good time. People always try to hate on the college kids that drink more days of the week than you'd think is possible but I also think its also a little jealously, like how can you have that much fun and still be a responsible person and like do life right..?

The fitness junkie

Now even though most of the time when you see it can get annoying but to be honest, we need those fitness people all over the internet to motivate us lazy asses that are eating a whole pizza while they are done there meal prep and 23 other workouts of the day.

The Direct Sales Lady


This is the girl that is selling anything online and even though you think it would be the coolest experience you just watch and snark instead.

And finally… The Mom

My mother is the Facebook Junkie that puts our every single move on Facebook… If we go to dinner she checks in, when we have a nice talk outside, she will put a status about it, and for god sakes when we go to Florida, she checks in on EVERY ride… One day I asked her, why she puts our entire life there and she laughed and said “honestly Time-hop, I love looking back and thinking on this day 4 years ago we were doing this or we all hung out and had a really good memory and even if today wasn't the best memory, I would have something else.

I look at my time hop every day, and I always laugh at how I thought life was so hard when I was 13 and my mom would take my phone away but for her, it was our life all documented instead of photo albums sitting around.

No matter if you fit into any of these categories, or if you stand alone with your own special twist on it, don't stop doing what your doing. The mom should feel free to post her happy moments of her family. The Fitness person is inspiring people every day so do not EVER stop because someone is looking up to you. To the partier, keep filling up our newsfeed with your best memories because you will love looking back and seeing how carefree life was. And to the babies, please go back to coloring and don't bring anymore negative energy into the universe.

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