Look, there’s nothing wrong with a good ol’ fashioned hashtag. But there is something wrong with writing out your entire gosh dang rootin’ shootin’ tootin’ khamun life story in a list of hashtags.
It’s time to stand up against that one Instagram friend.
It’s time to stand up against that rando from high school.
It’s time to stand up against your weird aunt that always posts blurry pictures of cartoon raccoons talking about Obama on Facebook.
It’s time to stand up against too many ‘tags.
Like, what is the point of this? Are people actually going through the #yelling hashtag? The #leash hashtag? THE #PICTURE HASHTAG?
No one EVER needs to be this specific. NO ONE IS USING THE HASHTAG #THEPLACEWHEREWASHINGTONSAT!
Or the hashtag “#persiandad”:
And, you know, the hashtag “#court” should never ever happen again:
Neither should #teacherswag:
I mean, the space bar and the concept of space were created for a REASON. Like, you’re about the THERAPIST life. Not this:
It’s just too easy to be misunderstood with one small hashtag:
Way too easy.
Susan did nothing to deserve this. SUSAN DID NOTHING!
And while we’re at it, no one cares what team you’re on:
And no one cares about your life story:
So stop! STOP THE TAGS!
What did these kids do to deserve all these hashtags?
Seriously, what do these tags even have to do with the picture?
Do you really think that many hashtags will help your love life?
What are you trying to prove?
What does this all mean?
How did it come to this?
GIVE ME YOUR #BLESSED, YOUR #ILOVEMYLIFES, YOUR HUDDLED #TBTS YEARNING TO BREAK FREE! JUST KEEP THEM TO A MINIMUM.
PLEASE TAG RESPONSIBLY.