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.