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Social Media Addiction As Told By Spongebob

In this day and age, I think everybody has some form of social media, and some may not use it as much as others. But there are a few of us who are truly addicted, and sometimes it's hard to really help yourself. If you are addicted to social media here a few signs

1. You refresh your sites every 2 seconds and hope something new has come up

2. You know everything that's currently going on around you because that is your news source

3. You can't focus on anything long enough because you have to stop and check all your social media accounts

4. You can't be in a social scene without taking out your phone and scrolling through Facebook

5. At a red light, in the car, you scroll through news feeds

6. You realize half of the people you are friends with look nothing like their profile pictures

7. You meet people and make friends from comments sections before you meet them in person

8. You know who is dating who, and how many times they have broken up

9. You're boyf riend or girlfriend constantly complains you don't pay attention to them cause you sit on your phone

10. You know 90% of Vines by heart

11. You hear yourself saying "I've seen that already" when someone tries to show you a funny video

12. You've probably stalked someone before you met them and know too much about them

13. You know all of the celebrity's personal business i.e Kylie Jenners lips

14. You have used every Snapchat filter

15. You refresh Twitter a million times just to hear the noise it makes

16. You've shared things that you haven't watched as a way to save it for later

17. You have shared a million recipes you want to try because they look so good, but you probably never will

18. Your friends think you have a serious problem. Even you think you have a serious problem

19. You would rather sit on Facebook than watch TV or even spend time with friends because Facebook is your only friend

20. As soon as you start stalking somebody you end up 30 people from the person you started at that have no connection with you

21. 5 hours can feel like 2 minutes while you're on social media

22. You are in groups that have your common interests at heart like the Spongebob Squarepants Gifs and you post in it regularly

23. You can look something up about a person and find it immediately

24. When a Facebook fight happens you are completely entertained

25. When your feeds don't refresh you get a little upset

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