When your kid dropped his milkshake and is crying about it, the last thing you want to do is post a photo of it on Instagram. If this is modern parenthood, we have no hope for the future. Seriously, man… Get a clue, and another milkshake for that matter.
No, we are not referencing a modern pop track. We want to take it literally. When there’s a huge emergency such as your school being on fire, this is the last thing you want to do. Attention seeking, much, or are you just arsonists in the making too? On second thought, don't answer that question.
Yes, we’re actually grateful that the photo was framed specifically that way. Any more and we might have seen stuff that would deprive us of some proper sleep at night. For a start, though, you might not want to take a photo of you taking the piss.
This is a car accident waiting to happen. Think you’re a daredevil living on the edge? The only place you’ll be living in is the morgue if you keep this up. On that note, you do realize that movies like "Fast and Furious" are purely fictional too, right? People these days, by golly.
We get that some people are just proud of their achievements in life. This, however, is far from an achievement. It’s a crime, and crimes deserve punishment. So does stupidity in posting about that robbery you did, but we won't judge. We'll just leave that to the court room, okay?
We get that you’d like to make those memorable moments last, we really do. Yet, come on, girl! You just got stabbed in the leg, is posting a picture on Instagram the first thing you can think of? Shouldn't you be in the hospital by the time you were taking this picture? Oh well, feel free to bleed out for the sake of likes and follows then.