Although I am deeply flattered with your persistence to convince people that you are me, in almost all SNS by the way, I am more confused as to why.
I am a 21 year old fresh out of college blogger who works in the business industry and vents through social media. What could possibly be so pleasing that you’d devote a good amount of your time to catfish my friends and study my posting habits? I could only imagine how difficult it was to find a photo of me from 4 or 5 year ago, one which I deleted from my profiles long ago. Then you found time to add my closest friends and ask them for a follow back.
WOW! *insert bowing motion here*
You are actually so much better than me. I’ve been on twitter for a year and I haven’t found some of my friends and then here you are tweeting to them already. God! I should ask you to manage my accounts.
So listen, there are no hard feelings but you better get yourself checked. If you spend a good amount of your time pretending to be other people, to be me, how much time is left for you to just be you?
Give yourself enough credit and just introduce yourself to my friends properly or you can go add up some of your own. Seeing from your twitter, which you clearly changed again between last night and this afternoon, you seem fun and witty *probably one of the reasons why I’m not so hard on you, you did not make look like an idiot*. You deserve to have friends, or followers in case of twitter, who know you and who feel comfortable conversing with the real you.
This set- up is not only unfair to them. It’s also unfair to you because you are selling yourself short.`
IT’S TIME TO BE