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2013-04-05 06:41:48 PM  
I'd still rather look at a picture of your kid's oddly shaped rash than the gazpacho you had for dinner last night.

And I'd rather do either than go on Twitter, for any reason, ever.

At least in this case, Generation Overshare is being obnoxious about something in the generally right direction.

/My lawn. Off it.
 
2013-04-05 06:42:01 PM  
I've been reading her blog for about a year or so now. I like it. It amuses me. I'm not saying it is the greatest example of comedy that ever comedied, but I still enjoy it.

It isn't so much the parents that post pictures of their kids that she posts about; it's the pictures of things people shouldn't even taking pictures of let alone posting for others to see such as poop, blood, vomit, and births.

She also comments on those parents that can't talk about anything other than their kids to the point where they "mommyjack" someone else's status among other things. "Oh your friend just died, well it is little Susie's 14 month birthday party this weekend, sorry you'll be at a wake and can't attend!"

The blog's motto is "you used to be fun, but then you had a baby."

I love hearing about my friend's kids and seeing pictures of them and such, but I like to be able to know you are still a person.
 
2013-04-05 06:42:32 PM  
War on cuteness?

What does she think she is... Kawaii Five-Oh?
 
2013-04-05 06:43:07 PM  
This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net

40 minutes ago:
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

2 hours ago:
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

4 hours ago:
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

4 1/2 hours ago:
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

6 hours ago
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.
 
2013-04-05 06:44:02 PM  
I generally don't share pictures of my daughter with others.


crazycrackerz.com


Any wonder?


/ counting the years...
 
2013-04-05 06:44:28 PM  

Cerebral Knievel: Is the article about people who go overboard about posting pics of thier kids and stuff on the facebooks?

because, I'm kinda like.. "this is your child, Not a puppy"

we all worry about our privacy, but these parants are blasting their childerns early, formative years all over the internet like it aint no thang.

there is actually going to be a generation of childern out there, where every bit of thier lives from GESTAITION is going to be a matter of public record


Some from conception
 
2013-04-05 06:44:32 PM  

nicoffeine: Soup4Bonnie: nicoffeine: Telling people you hate their babies makes you look like filth.

You're not too smart, are you?

Enlighten me with your wisdom. Tell me why hating people who are enamored whith their children is heroic.


It's not the people who are enamored with their children that's the problem. It's the people who post to sociaol media photos of loaded diapers, junior's first poop in a big boy toilet, multicolored post-Easter-candy vomit, and sometimes their own bloody placentas. Verily I saith unto thee, nobody wants to see those things!

/unless you are the kind of parent who posts such abominable photos and as such drives your vitriole towards the blogger, in which case, see above re how no one wants to see those things.
//mother of 2 infants, I would *never* post their loaded diaper photos on Fb. Such jewels are reserved for personal letters.
 
2013-04-05 06:45:37 PM  
sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"
 
2013-04-05 06:45:52 PM  
Jeteupthemiddle:   It isn't so much the parents that post pictures of their kids that she posts about; it's the pictures of things people shouldn't even taking pictures of let alone posting for others to see such as poop, blood, vomit, and births.

Not to mention that the children will be THRILLED when they are in Middle School and all their "friends" have access to all the cool pictures that were posted before Mommy and Daddy figured out that the internet is "forever."
 
2013-04-05 06:45:56 PM  
Is this the thread where douchebags without kids who feel the need to complain about their "friends" who do have kids (and have the audacity to put up status updates about them next to their douchebag cliche pictures of sunsets or lined up empty bottles of alcohol) as if there isn't a menu option to remove those parents from their wall feed so they don't have to be inconvenienced by people taking normal joy from what is now the center of their lives?
 
2013-04-05 06:46:02 PM  

nicoffeine: Subby calling this woman a hero because she hates people is farking ridiculous. Hate is not a heroic stance.


See, that's the problem with "people like you."

"People like you" don't have to have children. "People like you" are simpletons who, for whatever reason regarding whatever subject, take a legitimate criticism that's made somewhat in jest, and you turn it into a grandiose, PERSONALIZED issue.

Hopefully, your children don't adopt the same selfish, pitiful traits that have ingrained themselves into your personality.
 
2013-04-05 06:46:18 PM  
So she biatches about social media on her blog?

Anyone else catch that?

I view FB in the same light I view the stickers people put on their cars. You put it out there for me to read, if I don't give a chit about it I go on with my life.
 
2013-04-05 06:47:06 PM  
eh, i say stop biatching about your friends posting pictures of their kids. Look, if you don't like it, don't "friend" them on facebook. If the busy mommy/daddy has a minute or two, spend sometime with the friend. Hell, they prob need a break or breather anyway. They are a parent in addition to being your friend. Don't spend time biatching about them sharing moments that are special to them. To me, that makes you look like a douche.

/not a parent
//planning to be though
 
2013-04-05 06:47:41 PM  

nicoffeine: Tell me why hating people who are enamored whith their children is heroic.


Because "people like you" are nothing but idol worshipers. If someone were to create a religion based on your child, you'd probably turn into James Jones.
 
2013-04-05 06:48:01 PM  

MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.


You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.
 
2013-04-05 06:49:08 PM  

spiderpaz: Is this the thread where douchebags without kids who feel the need to complain about their "friends" who do have kids (and have the audacity to put up status updates about them next to their douchebag cliche pictures of sunsets or lined up empty bottles of alcohol) as if there isn't a menu option to remove those parents from their wall feed so they don't have to be inconvenienced by people taking normal joy from what is now the center of their lives?


No. That thread's over in the "Politics" tab, like usual.
 
2013-04-05 06:49:22 PM  

gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"


How's that inferiority complex working out for you?
 
2013-04-05 06:49:51 PM  

spiderpaz: MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.

You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


Was thinking the same thing when I saw that post.
 
2013-04-05 06:50:05 PM  

nicoffeine: Look, if you don't like children, go ahead and don't like them. That's fine. My son is turning 18 this year, and it's a big thing to me. If you don't like me, and the fact that it's a big thing to me... fine.

Subby calling this woman a hero because she hates people is farking ridiculous. Hate is not a heroic stance.

There are people who don't post every god damn thing that happens to their precious baby, and then, there are people whom are astounded by the advances of a human being... their offspring.. that they love unconditionally.

It's amazing. There are people out there telling you, "you don't know, you never have had to go through it." And, they're right.

Telling people you hate their babies makes you look like filth.

To me.

Twunt.


Considering you're the one contributing to the overpopulation of the Earth with your stupid kid who will probably do nothing more than sit around smoking weed and drinking with his buddies,
I'd say you're the filth.
 
2013-04-05 06:50:16 PM  

spiderpaz: MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.

You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


Agreed.  Scumbag move.
 
2013-04-05 06:51:16 PM  
breathtakingbabies.files.wordpress.com
crazycrackerz.com
dybiz.com
 
2013-04-05 06:51:27 PM  
There at least 2 filters you can employ.

1. It's a voluntary service you sign up for.
2. You can choose to block specific users.

I know not everyone who has beseiged me with friend requests wants to see pictures of the kid. But my parents, aunts, uncles, etc. sure do. Facebook is a good way to do that. Deal with it.

You could always jump to google+ and make circles, I guess.
 
2013-04-05 06:52:01 PM  

spiderpaz: Is this the thread where douchebags without kids who feel the need to complain about their "friends" who do have kids (and have the audacity to put up status updates about them next to their douchebag cliche pictures of sunsets or lined up empty bottles of alcohol) as if there isn't a menu option to remove those parents from their wall feed so they don't have to be inconvenienced by people taking normal joy from what is now the center of their lives?


You realize this happens in face-to-face conversations, not just on facebook, right? Might want to take some time away from the computer.
 
2013-04-05 06:53:00 PM  

gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"


But they're so proud of themselves. How could we not bow to their ability to plow and post pictures of the results.?
 
2013-04-05 06:53:16 PM  
Nobody gives a chit that you're at the gym

Nobody gives a chit about what you're eating

Nobody gives a chit about your kids.

Nobody gives a chit about your pets.

Nobody gives a chit about anything you post on FB.

That bout cover it?
 
2013-04-05 06:53:31 PM  

spiderpaz: gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"

How's that inferiority complex working out for you?


pretty good actually!

Not as bad as the superiority complex everyone with a kid has
 
2013-04-05 06:54:00 PM  

spiderpaz: You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


Actually, all but one (whoops) are shared as "public" - so yeah, they are putting them out there for the entire internet. And frankly, I don't think they'd mind - they're the ones broadcasting their child's life hourly, ala The Truman Show.
 
2013-04-05 06:54:19 PM  

miketbj2: spiderpaz: Is this the thread where douchebags without kids who feel the need to complain about their "friends" who do have kids (and have the audacity to put up status updates about them next to their douchebag cliche pictures of sunsets or lined up empty bottles of alcohol) as if there isn't a menu option to remove those parents from their wall feed so they don't have to be inconvenienced by people taking normal joy from what is now the center of their lives?

You realize this happens in face-to-face conversations, not just on facebook, right? Might want to take some time away from the computer.


OMG you poor baby!  You were talking to your buddy about how hungover/jet-lagged/excited because something in YOUR life, and they had the nerve to talk about their kids (which now constitute 90% of their free time)?  Wow, you're such a good friend.
 
2013-04-05 06:54:58 PM  
Also, all babies are ugly. Every one. Not trolling.
 
2013-04-05 06:55:08 PM  

gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"


"Waaaaaa there are pictures on my Facebook feed that I don't want to look at.  Bow before my entertainment preferences."
 
2013-04-05 06:55:12 PM  
www.troll.me
 
2013-04-05 06:55:21 PM  
Cerebral Knievel: Is the article about people who go overboard about posting pics of thier kids and stuff on the facebooks?

because, I'm kinda like.. "this is your child, Not a puppy"

we all worry about our privacy, but these parants are blasting their childerns early, formative years all over the internet like it aint no thang.

there is actually going to be a generation of childern out there, where every bit of thier lives from GESTAITION is going to be a matter of public record


What of it? What exactly is it going to affect?
 
2013-04-05 06:55:40 PM  

spiderpaz: MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.

You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


More like Fark's biggest hero.
 
2013-04-05 06:56:03 PM  

spiderpaz: MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.

You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


No shiat. Like I wanted to see more random crotchfruit.
 
2013-04-05 06:56:38 PM  

spiderpaz: OMG you poor baby! You were talking to your buddy about how hungover/jet-lagged/excited because something in YOUR life, and they had the nerve to talk about their kids (which now constitute 90% of their free time)? Wow, you're such a good friend.


I think the point, that you're making clearly, is that everything should be about you, your children, and the difficult-yet-rewarding life that is parenthood.
 
2013-04-05 06:56:49 PM  

spiderpaz: MrSteve007: This woman has a point. As someone who's in their early 30's, about half of my friends now have toddlers or infants. Hmmmm, lets dig up todays facebook baby photo extravaganza (these are all from different people, some post multiple photos of the same thing)

20 minutes ago:
[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

40 minutes ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 343x480]

2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

4 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 360x480]

4 1/2 hours ago:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x480]

6 hours ago
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 638x960]

You get the idea. Between the childless people posting pictures of their cats or dogs sitting and looking out windows and people with kids posting child updates every hour, it quickly gets over the top.

I understand posting something about a big occasion, like a birthday, first steps, or they're worried about asking friends for advice on XY or Z - but I've had enough of the doting parents and their the hourly updates on today's walk in a park with Jr.

You are officially Farks biggest asshole for taking your friends photos from facebook where they shared them with YOU (not the entire Internet) and posting them on Fark.


Honest question: can you hotlink pics from Facebook servers if their permissions are set to "only friends" or "friends of friends"? I was thinking that these must have been set to "public," but I could be wrong.
 
2013-04-05 06:57:54 PM  

Donnchadha: Nadie_AZ: Oh it's this thread again.

This thread is nothing compared to being kept up all night by a colicky child. Just you wait....


Unlike this thread society frowns upon turning children off for the night.
 
2013-04-05 06:58:06 PM  

ccundiff: gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"

"Waaaaaa there are pictures on my Facebook feed that I don't want to look at.  Bow before my entertainment preferences."


yeah there are, i dont want to look at pictures of baby shiat with the caption "LOL another mess for mommy and daddy, love our baby shes 13 months, 23 hours and 49 seconds old, and we count from conception!"
 
2013-04-05 06:58:16 PM  
crazycrackerz.com
.t2.gstatic.com
 
2013-04-05 06:58:37 PM  
HAY GUISE! Im postin this cuz I just got my lazy butt to the GYM lol! But heers pics of brkfast this morning cuz I no isaid id post one pic a day of MY ANGEL lol! Remember b urself lol! Lol I h8 fake ppl lol B TRU 2 URSELF lol!

Herz a pic of ME at the GYM #6am #gym #missinmybabyalready

lol.
 
2013-04-05 06:59:31 PM  
I have put three oversharers into "Hide" mode.

One updates no less than 20 times a day, always on her childrens' mundane daily activities, often accompanied by a picture.  I upset her and her friends when I told her that the fact that her and her husband had not been on a date in two years was not a good thing, and they should take one night a month just for the two of them.

One chronicles her child's never ending trips to the doctor for unknown maladies.  I am really starting to think there's a Munchausen by Proxy thing going on here.

The third one posts pictures of her kid's sporting events twice a week.  By posting pictures, I mean she posts at least 100 pictures every time.  There are 400 pictures of one game.   There are multiple comments about how the refs were biased, how the other team behaved in an unsportsman like way, etc etc.

Personally, I limit my pics and bragging on my child to the milestones and actual achievements.  Prom pictures, and congratulating her on winning a couple of musical competitions were the about all I crowed on in the last couple of years.   The main reason being I don't want to embarass her.  Which is also the reason I rarely post or comment on her FB page.

Oh, and some of you really didn't read the article, did you?
 
2013-04-05 06:59:34 PM  

gittlebass: ccundiff: gittlebass: sorry haters, but i totally agree with her. I'm tired of this "i made a baby, bow before me, i'm the most important person on earth"

"Waaaaaa there are pictures on my Facebook feed that I don't want to look at.  Bow before my entertainment preferences."

yeah there are, i dont want to look at pictures of baby shiat with the caption "LOL another mess for mommy and daddy, love our baby shes 13 months, 23 hours and 49 seconds old, and we count from conception!"


Or at least Daddy likes to think so.
 
2013-04-05 06:59:55 PM  
STFU, bloggers.

I don't have kids, and I haven't really noticed the phenomenon being referred to here.  I'm pretty sure, though, that blogging about blogging is worse than blogging about parenting.
 
2013-04-05 06:59:57 PM  
I work with engineers, so they sometimes talk so little that I don't even know they HAVE kids, let alone see photos of them. I have a photo OF MY DOG on my desk (and several family photos), so it weird me out a little when the people who have worked there for 20 years don't have a single photo of their kids.

On Facebook, I am MOSTLY FRIENDS with these people just to see pictures of their kids/or their life goings-on. What I can't stand is that half my friends will spam my feed with recipes or 'LIKE if you think this kitten is cute' or straight up scams (Bill Gates is giving a dollar for every person who shares this). I have tried clicking 'ONLY IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM THIS PERSON' but that seems to do nothing as far as I can tell. Yes, I have unfriended the worst offenders but some of my best friends in real life are REALLY STUPID on the internet.
 
2013-04-05 07:00:08 PM  

ReapTheChaos: namegoeshere: I don't have facebook (you're welcome, children of mine) so I'm not sure how this works. Are you somehow forced to look at pics of other people's kids? Who cares if they plaster their page with potty training pics? Just don't go look at them.

Your friends recent activities show up on your news feed when you log into Facebook. If they post pics you see a preview of them there. There's probably ways to set who shows up on your news feed though, I deleted my Facebook after 2 months so I don't know for sure.


Oh, thank you. So if you're one of the people who collects as many "friends" as possible, all their stuff shown up for you? *shudder* that sounds horrible, if you are anything but a teenage girl.
 
2013-04-05 07:00:34 PM  

timujin: I read the linked article, but decided to withhold judgement until I actually checked out her blog.  I mean, funny overcomes a lot of sins.  Problem? She's not funny.  At all.  Even a little bit.

/childless
//vasectomy at 25
///best $5 I ever spent


This. Mine was $25 with a hell of a good return on my investment.
 
2013-04-05 07:01:34 PM  
Don't understand. I'm your stereotypical kid hater and most of my friends have kids. Yet, I'm almost never annoyed by them or their kids. Hmm, it's like they KNOW I'm not interested in the cutesy kid stuff and they act accordingly. This isn't hard, people.
 
2013-04-05 07:01:45 PM  
I like kids and dogs.  They're not selling anything.  Some of their parents could use a swift boot in the ass, but little kids are cute, folks.  Easily as much so as cats.
 
2013-04-05 07:02:05 PM  

spiderpaz: Is this the thread where douchebags without kids who feel the need to complain about their "friends" who do have kids (and have the audacity to put up status updates about them next to their douchebag cliche pictures of sunsets or lined up empty bottles of alcohol) as if there isn't a menu option to remove those parents from their wall feed so they don't have to be inconvenienced by people taking normal joy from what is now the center of their lives?


No, this isn't that thread.
 
2013-04-05 07:02:49 PM  

megarian: HAY GUISE! Im postin this cuz I just got my lazy butt to the GYM lol! But heers pics of brkfast this morning cuz I no isaid id post one pic a day of MY ANGEL lol! Remember b urself lol! Lol I h8 fake ppl lol B TRU 2 URSELF lol!

Herz a pic of ME at the GYM #6am #gym #missinmybabyalready

lol.


Didn't put in a YOLO.  6.5/10
 
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