“Sorry For Your Lost” And Other Social Media Posts To Not Bring Into 2021

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Misdirected Rants

Like many others, my social media friends and connections represent a variety of people, from childhood friends and family to total strangers who appear to be interesting in some way. In most cases, before connecting, I found something in common with the people I accepted invitations from — a shared friend, interest, or experience. The last thing I expect is to be told off by someone I may or may not know, yet it happens regularly on social media.

Whether my social media friend is unhappy with “haters” or whatever the case may be, I don’t want to scroll down my timeline and read that my virtual days are numbered unless I get right, especially since I am 99.99% sure I am completely innocent.

In 2021, use filters or private DMs to be sure you’re telling off the right people, and spare the rest of us.

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