19 New Year's Eve Instagram Captions That Will Give All Your Followers FOMO

19 New Year's Eve Instagram Captions That Will Give All Your Followers FOMO

Starting the new year on the right note also means getting the right amount of likes on Instagram. The best way to do this, the perfect witty caption.


There is so much pressure that comes with New Year's Eve each year. It almost seems it is mandatory to show how much fun you're having on social media. One way to take some of the pressure out of having the perfect social media presence is through using this list of New Year's Eve captions. Posting the perfect photo with the perfect caption is the best way to show the world and your followers that this is your year. Even if you had a little too much fun, an awesome Instagram post can help to make the night look a little more polished.

1.That's sooo last year

This is kind of a dad joke, but dad jokes can be funny too. This is basically a less used version of saying "I haven't seen you since last year"!

2. Save water, drink champagne

Drinking champagne is also a mandatory part of NYE.

3. There's gonna be a few changes around here

It's a new year which means there is no more room for old bs.

4. This is my year to sparkle!

2019 is my time to shine!

5. I remember 2018 like it was yesterday

More dad jokes... This caption is great for a post that goes up a day or two late.

6. This is the year to make better bad decisions

Lets be real, we aren't gonna get rid of all of our bad habits in one day. It's all about making bad decisions that are better for us.

7. Let the adventure begin

2019 is going to be a real trip, show everyone you're ready to take it on!

8. Pop, fizz, clink

Going for a classier Instagram aesthetic? This Kate Spade inspired quote should do the trick.

9. A little party never killed nobody

Fergie is such a NYE mood, and so is this caption.

10. New Year, New Meh

Maybe you aren't as thrilled about this new year as you'd like to be. Meh.

11. A fresh start never hurt anyone

Time to turn over a new leaf. Even if 2018 was great, 2019 is gonna be better.

12. Bright like glitter and bubbly like champagne

This is how I'm tryina be in 2019. All sunshine and rainbows all the time.

13.  New year, same me. I'm already fabulous

I don't have a resolution because I'm already perfect.

14. A lot can happen in a year

365 days of bad decisions, I wonder what could happen.

15. That was fun while it lasted

Bye, bye 2018. It's been real.

16. Bring on the bubbly! 

Best way to start the new year? With a champagne buzz.

17. Still looking for my Troy

Apparently singing karaoke on a cruise is the best way to spend NYE.

18. Making pour decisions

Alcohol = bad decisions, but what else is new.

19. Sip, sip hooray!

Woo hoo! Made it through another year in one piece.

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75 Of The Most Iconic Vine Quotes

"I smell like beef"


Vine may be dead but Vine references live on. I still watch Vine threads AT LEAST twice a day. Here are 75 of the most quotable vines:

1. "Ooooooo, he needs some milk."

2. "Hi, welcome to Chili's."

3. "It is Wednesday, my dudes."

4. "Country boy, I love you ahhhwweelhwh..."

5. "Escalera oooooooaaaa!"

6. "F**k ya chicken strips!"

7. "Barbecue sauce on my titties."

8. "Gimme your F**KING money!"

9. "That was legitness."

10. "Ms. Keisha, MS. KEISHA! Oh my f**king God, she f**king dead."

11. "Fre-sha-vocado."

12. "Staaaahp! I coulda dropped my croissant!"

13. "That's my OPINION."

14. "You're not my dad, ugly ass f**king noodle head."

15. "What the f**k, Richard."

16. "This bitch empty, YEET!"

17. "Road work ahead? Yeah, I sure hope it does."

18. "What up, I'm Jared I'm 19, and I never f**king learned how to read."

19. "Um, I'm never been to oovoo javer."

20. "My God, they were roommates."

21. "Why are you running, why are you running?"

22. "Whoever threw that paper, your mom's a hoe."

23. "I can't swim."

24. "Lebron James."

25. "It's an avocado, thanksssss..."

26. "Mother trucker dude, that hurt like a butt cheek on a stick."

27. "Watch your profanity."

28. "I love you bitch, I ain't never gonna stop loving you, biiiiiitch."

29. "What are thoooooose?"

30. "I smell like beef."

31. "You better stop."

32. "What the F**K IS UP KYLE?"

33. "Come get y'all juice."

34. "Two bros, chilling in a hot tub, 5 feet apart cause they're not gay."

35. "So you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift?"

36. "I wanna be a cowboy, baby."

37. "Why you always lying?"

38. "Nice Ron" "I sneezed, oh, what, am I not allowed to sneeze?"

39. "I'm washing me and my clothes."

40. "Honey, you've got a big storm coming."

41. "XOXO, gossip girl."

42. "Shoutout to all the pear."

43. "A potato flew around my room before you came."

44. "Chipotle is my life."

45. "Look at all those chickens!"


47. "I like turtles."

48. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in my life, watermelon, INSIDE A WATERMELON."

49. "Deez nuts, HA GOT EM?"

50. "F**k you, I don't want no ravioli."

51. "21."

52. "I'm in my mum's car, broom broom."

53. "Iridocyclitis."

54. "You know what, I'm about to say it."

55. "That is NOT correct."

56. "Uh, I'm not finished" "Oh my God, can you let me do what I need to do?"

57. "I have osteoporosis."

58. "ADAM."

59. "Merry Chrysler."

60. "Wait a minute, who ARE you?"

61. "Try me, bitch."


63. "I didn't get no sleep cause of y'all, y'all not gone get no sleep cause of me!"

64. "Do you want to go see Uncle Cracker or no?"

65. "So no head?"

66. "You got eczema."

67. "I am shooketh."

68. "Hey my name is Trey, I have a basketball game tomorrow."

69. "Can I PLEASE get a waffle?"

70. "There is only one thing worse than a rapist." "A child."

71. "Ah f**k, I can't believe you've done this."

72. "Bitch, I hope the f**k you do."

73. "Two shots of vodka."

74. "F**k off Janet, I'm not going to your f**king baby shower."

75. "JEEEEEZ, Jesus Christ."

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When Social Media Profiles Do The Talking

"Maybe Instagram on a college campus is just an understated version of Tinder."


Over the past decade, technology's rapid progression has proven to be inescapable. Everything and everyone is somehow connected to a machine. We rely on them for directions, instant access to information, photography, work, entertainment, and communication. Technology has advanced our world in more ways than we could have ever imagined, and it only continues to grow. A product of this dramatic technological transition is social media. Sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter provide users with the opportunity to catalog a wide variety of interests and information about themselves, but one has to wonder how authentic this data really is.

Personally, when I look at these sites, whether it's a mom grossly representing a family vacation or friends who have quite literally warped their faces to look completely different from themselves, I always take it with a grain of salt which is why I find it so interesting to see boys use these internet profiles as their primary source of information.

Over my time on a college campus, what I have seen is a developed practice of choosing girls to pursue based off of their social media platforms. In conversation, when a girl is brought up, the boys never fail to ask for a look at her Instagram feed. They click through a few pictures, form a personal opinion about the girl, and then pass the phone off to their friends who will do the same, before coming to a conclusion about whether she is hot or not. The actual words in each post or the things the girl is doing in the posts do not matter. These occasions of stalking a girls profile are simply meant to show the boy what her face and body look like.

I have seen this phenomenon, especially within the fraternities. When the time comes around to find their next date to a date party, boys will completely base their decisions on a girl's Instagram. A few have even admitted to these actions, not even attempting to deny the fact that a girl's feed and how she looks in a picture is the only indicator they need when choosing a date. Screenshots of girl's Instagram profiles will be sent in fraternity GroupMe's, and the collective group of boys will "call dibs" based on these profiles.

This past week, I personally witnessed the superficial nature of boys making these decisions. I was out with a friend who met a girl that he proceeded to talk to for over 10 minutes. He got to know a little about her life, and a sense of her true personality. But later, a few hours after the conversation, he and his friends asked me to show the girl's profile so they could make a group decision as to whether he should extend an invite to the next date party, or if she wasn't up to their standards. These boys were convinced that a girl's social persona was a better indicator of who they are than how they actually acted in person. They made decisions based off of social media, and the support of their brothers, even when they had actually interacted with the girl just hours before.

I'm not quite sure what is worse, the fact that the boy in question was basing his date choices on social media feeds, or that he wouldn't move forward with his decision without the consensus of his brothers. Maybe it's expecting too much to think that somebody who is looking for a date would actually value a good conversation, personality, and other things that can't be readily gleaned from a few pictures. Or maybe Instagram on a college campus is just an understated version of Tinder and I shouldn't be so quick to judge.

Either way, what I do fear, especially with first-hand knowledge of an actual interaction being subordinated to information found via Instagram, is the effect of how we are choosing to learn about the people we surround ourselves with. If we continue to be so ignorant with the truth, our sensible instincts when it comes to personal opinions may be degraded, and we may force an unrealistic view of the world unto ourselves, and others.

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