On Instagram you can follow a niche interest or what your friends are doing and some funny pages and that can be it. Twitter and Facebook seem to make encountering awfulness unavoidable.
The adverts I get on Instagram are for local builders and paving/roofing companies and that’s as unwanted as it gets.
facebook just seems like a bunch of proto-lynch mobs and people posting “sigh” or song lyrics as status updates. cesspit.
It’s Twitter by a landslide. Absolutely poisonous place.
I wish my ex-colleague was being satirical but they’re not
(I so rarely even see them in my timeline. Thankfully no one they know has reacted to this at all in 9 hours so…)
Made a rare trip into Facebook, someone shared this, ON A MONDAY MORNING.
Most of these franchises are still active today ffs
The ‘we all look at our screens and miss real life’ shaming makes me fucking rage.
Do you think they’ve ever actually seen Fred Flinstone before or did someone just describe him to them down the phone?
As heavy handed as this is, I do feel guilty of acting like this sometimes. Maybe I’ll take it to the dadsnet thread
Was trying to remember if there was a Flintstones Babies cartoon or something I’d missed
I get this but fundamentally kids can be pretty boring. I often just have Kindle open when playing with her because she just seems to want a very small amount of input from me, often saying what she decides anyway…
Twitter has some of the worst queer-oriented takes I have seen in all my life.
6 grand on a phone?
Rich people famously don’t pay for their shoes.
Must be the previous generation iPhone.
34 big ones for a polo shirt, well lah di dah
Doesn’t even fit, the rich idiot.
I think you’ll find it’s just six dollars.