13 thoughts on “The Great Blue Check Of Ego-Wank And Self-Flation Elation”

  1. I’m not really into social media either. And furthermore I think they’re just pimping businesses and stealing all their traffic! If you want to play the social media game the whole angle should be how you can siphon traffic from all of these various platforms back to your website NOT the other way around.

  2. I guess the verified account statuses are there mainly to seperate the fake accounts from the real ones, because there can be many fake ones yes. But it is true that with the verified status they have they tend to push it around to others to assert their power and authority, so yea that sucks.

  3. I guess you are right to some extend. People are fake and tend to show off what skills they own, when they do not own it as much as they think they do. We just leave them to their businesses while we focus on ours.

  4. I disagree to a degree. Hear me out yes whether someone is looking or not you should be you and let your work do the talking. However a little recognition is not that bad. I guess what I am saying is what would you feel if you cannot even get a thank you or a pat in the back for everything? Do not flaunt it yes but admit it or not if you do not get the small things it can be sad.

  5. Let your Achievements Speak for themselves. However, there are times you have to say it not to gloat but because it is true. In particular to those who maybe ungrateful to you being there.

  6. I agree with you. Rich and wise people don’t have to tell you they are wise or rich because you just know. I guess people need to flaunt their achievements to get noticed as it’s a competitive world out there.

  7. True indeed. Verification on social media has lost its true meaning. I cant help but wonder when i read some of the bios of some people with these blue-checks.

  8. The post talks all what happens nowadays. You see verified everywhere. Social media is not about bragging what you are or what you can do. We don’t care much about that.

  9. I couldn’t resist reading this post. I mean, these days it has become like social media is ALL what you need in life. Which in my hand it’s too much.

  10. I totally agree with you! Though people are just like that – especially that social media is part of their lives. What can we do? 😀

  11. Totally agree with you. There’s this saying that maturity comes when you do not post everything in your Social Media. Being rich and wise cannot be proven just because you said it or you boast it in Facebook.

  12. My curiosity was triggered by this post of yours. I feel that it’s mysterious and it hides a deep and important hidden message.

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