So maybe, just maybe, you don’t feel the need to post anything on your social media to draw others’ attention. That’s really good for you. Many people cannot be satisfied with what they have in life. So they turn to social media platforms and spread lies to make themselves more desirable. Human beings crave attention, or at least most of them do. And what could be easier than making up stories boasting about ourselves to get that attention?
Well, on Reddit, there’s an entire sub called r/ThatHappened dedicated to ludicrous stories that definitely did not happen. People made such posts hoping to become well-known, and yes, they did. Now that the whole internet knows that those people are desperate, stupid liars that crave attention. And what to do when people encounter such addicts? Shame them! Definitely!
#1 Damn he’s only 2 years old
#2 Grandma must be blind
#3 And all vampires clapped…
#4 Then the entire high school clapped….
#5 Because adult men buying children’s toys is out of the ordinary
#6 And then he woke up from his dream, just as it was getting good
#7 The young man later won a lifetime supply of salt from Jesus himself
#8 Another proud parent
#9 It happened, I was the fan
#10 The comment section on the Backstreet Boys video
#11 Professor is not qualified for his job
#12 It’s true, I was the bottle
#13 Future Prime Minister
#14 Happened the other day in one of my fountain pen groups. Literally, no one called BS. I am disappoint
#15 And then all the kindergarteners clapped