Posted January 26, 2018 07:12:00 When you first started posting on social media you might have had some of the most popular posts that you see, but as time went on you may have seen some posts that weren’t so popular.
This may be because people were posting to different networks, or because people who were not on the same network had more time to share.
In addition, there may have been some people who didn’t share as much, and may have become overwhelmed.
Here are the top social media photo and phrase definitions you may come across when you’re trying to understand what others are thinking and saying about you.1.
“The picture of my face.”
(This phrase has been around for about a decade, but was coined in 2013 by comedian and comedian-actor Louis C.K. to describe the way he feels after a long day of work.)2.
“I just can’t help myself.”
(A social media meme popular among teens.)3.
“It’s a new day.”
(To describe someone who is feeling down or depressed.)4.
“My Facebook friends are so mean.”
(Some people use this phrase to describe someone they feel very close to.
You can find these people by visiting their Facebook profiles.)5.
“All you have to do is tweet at me.”
(Used by people who want to express their feelings about the internet, such as a friend who just recently lost a job.)6.
“What is a hashtag?”
(A hashtag refers to a set of social media hashtags that are used by different networks to share information.)7.
“That’s the most boring thing I’ve ever seen.”
(Said to someone who posted a funny image or comment that didn’t make the top three posts.)8.
“A selfie is my best friend.”
(Taken to mean that a person can snap a picture of themselves to use as a source of self-esteem.)9.
“Just to keep me safe.”
(Like a hashtag.)10.
“No, I’m not lonely.”
(Also said when someone says they are depressed.)11.
“You’ve got to be kidding me.”
(“No, that’s not me.
I’m actually the one being sarcastic.”)12.
“There are a million good guys.”
(See “It doesn’t matter what I do, I’ll always have a job.”)13.
“So, I thought I’d come up with a new phrase.”
(Usually used by someone who wants to express themselves in a new way.)14.
(Sometimes used by people to mean “I’m going to be quiet.”)15.
“Oh, come on.
It’s not my fault.”
(Often used when someone is unhappy with something, and it’s important to be in control.)16.
“This is so fucking awkward.”
(Typed out to express a desire to be alone, but can also be used by a friend to indicate that the person doesn’t care what people think.)17.
“If you do it, you can be great.”
(It can be used to suggest that you should do something, without implying that you have any control over it.)18.
“Well, you know what?
That’s not really fair.
I know this was my day, and I’m still not great at it, but if I do it again, I might be okay.”
(You can also say it to indicate someone is saying you’re an asshole.)19.
“Who wants to join me?”
(This term can also mean “What would you like me to do for you?” or “Who do you want to hang out with?”.)20.
This is really weird.”
(When someone asks you a question you don’t know the answer to.)21.
“Are you going to hang with me?”
(“Yeah, I guess I’ll hang with you.”)22.
“Do you want some candy?”
(“Yep, I want candy.”)23.
“Let’s go play a video game.”
(“I think I’ll do that.”)25. “
We could just go bowling together.”
(“I think I’ll do that.”)25.
“And I’ll take care of everything.”
“Dude, I got something for you.”
“Come over here.”
“Hey, what’s up?”
“Sorry I’m late.”
(“What time is it?”)30.
I am a comedian.”
Okay, I have to go.”
“Uh, I don’t want to talk to you right now.”
(“Okay, why not?”)33.
“Uhh, I think I might have something to say.”
(“You should talk to me.”)34.
“But it’s my