9 Hashtags Maltese People Use That Everyone Secretly Hates You For Using
It's time to stop
As hashtags begin to infiltrate every aspect of social media, the obvious positives instantly get outweighed by the number of obnoxious infractions. Here are a few highlights of the hashtags we all love to hate; #SorryNotSorry
We get it, the first part of Gozo is also a verb, but we'll have you know that Zo is not in any way, shape or form a noun. It may have been cute seven years ago, but please don't use it in 2017.
How did this become a thing overnight? As wedding season takes over the island more and more people seem to think this is a clever way to say you're at a wedding, because the selfie with a woman dressed in white holding a bouquet didn't quite give it away.
This is fine(ish) if you're sharing a photo of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, but how can anyone be confident enough to post it on their own selfie?
Usually a way to humblebrag about exam results, applying #HardWorkPaysOff to basic situations like studying for exams or finishing a thesis is just obnoxious.
Just post your photo in the cage of Havana and stop pretending your picture tells some deep interesting story. Worse still are the #About[any other time] posts.
AKA an excuse to say something homophobic, racist, sexist... or all three in one. "Don't shoot the messenger but it's probably cos of all the lesbian immigrants #JustSaying"
7. #LuckyGirl / #LuckyGuy
When the photo attached to the hashtags is a tragic-looking plate of pasta with pesto from a jar you're not as lucky as you think.
Calm down Taylor Swift, squads are just not a concept that make sense.
We'll just let you figure out why it's not a good idea.