Rich online but poor offline: social media and real life aren’t the same

Does he look rich or posed in different styles in his social media photos? Does she look prettiest, with smooth skin in her Instagram pictures? Not all social media life is real.

When it comes to social media, not everything is always true. People tend to stage themselves very well. Whether it’s a selfie with their head tilted 18 degrees north in the sunset light, with Snapchat’s crown filter, or just a photo of their favorite food, be careful about what you imitate.

This beautiful photo has undoubtedly been attempted 13 times. The reality is that whoever took it is very patient and never gets discouraged from taking the perfect picture.

Rich online but poor offline: social media and real life aren’t the same
©demilked – Photoshopped and real

You should also know that the girl for whom you are going crazy has undoubtedly tried all the positions and put filters before posting her photo. But guys also learn how to put their body in value after several attempts, adjusting light, angle, biceps. What witchcraft!

Rich online but poor offline: social media and real life aren’t the same
©demilked – Photoshopped and real

That’s how it is; you have to exaggerate your life on social networks to have the approval of people who, deep down, have nothing to do with it and gain some likes. Your life is not limited to a phone or “double-tap.” Real-life is something else!

Rich online but poor offline: social media and real life aren’t the same
©demilked – Photoshopped and real

Onyinye A.

Onyinye Abasim, from Nigeria. I'm a biochemist, content writer, and an entrepreneur. Email: Onyii@afrinik.com

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