A ‘faux pas’ a day keeps complacency away

So apparently I committed a seriously bad sin in twitterland today which prompted @whoever to reply to me with a pre-scripted detailed response.  And sadly, this actually made me feel bad… more strongly than how I was creeped out by strange stalker dude.  But then I thought ‘why should I feel bad about this?’  I hadn’t deliberately wronged anyone, I’d simply replied to a prompt image and in replying @whoever had been tagged automatically.  So I blocked MrNarkyPants and said ‘ha! that will stop you being mean to me!’

In what universe do people get off on being so mean?

Peace & love!
K x


2 comments on “A ‘faux pas’ a day keeps complacency away”
  1. ashleyleia says:

    Social media really seems to bring out the worst in some people. It’s sad.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Karen says:

      It’s the anonymity, how easy is it to send nasty words hidden behind a fake identity? Their problem, not mine.

      Liked by 1 person

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