The importance of feeding pigeons (types of human malware on social media)

Everything in life has downsides and upsides, is sadly an only 50% truold-women-on-laptop-300x221e statement for social media. People in there can be severely annoying in all sorts of different ways depending on their age, the length of their social media experience and their cultural background. Although democracy and freedom of expression are noble principles, there are certain creatures on this planet whose mere existence completely justifies violating such principles. The three biggest types of human malware on social media are the fake girl, the conversation-through-comments and the religious-miracles-posts. These guys’ ambitious journeys are likely to wind up in the blocked contacts lists of their victims within no more than two to three flirts, two to three “How are you?” comments or two to three miracles posts. Nevertheless, just like any other malware or virus, people of certain digital immunity levels can have a hard time detecting them, which is why this essay was written, as Sun Tsu says: “know your enemy” fellow social media addicts, and why it is important to feed pigeons. Continue reading “The importance of feeding pigeons (types of human malware on social media)”