I get asked this question constantly. Most people seem to think that it’s an excuse to be mean to people they don’t like on instagram. I don’t think that’s the case at all. I think that it’s the reason that they’re there.
So I asked myself if the reason that theyre there is because of instagram or because of the comments section. I think a lot of it is the latter. People like to see their pictures and feel that theyve done something by them.
Comments are one of the two things that the most people like to see on instagram. The other one is the comments section. People like to have their opinions and have others respond to them. So if you see a comment on instagram that irritates you, chances are that youre not alone. It might be a funny and witty comment, or it might be a cruel and mean comment.
One of the most irritating comments youll find on instagram is the one that says something like, “I know I’m not good looking, but I’ll take the compliment,” and then goes on to make fun of how pretty you are. You know, because a lot of people think you’re pretty. When someone likes a comment like this, they usually don’t mean it.
It’s funny because you’re not trying to make fun of someone or something. You think it’s funny because you’re trying to make fun of them or something. It’s funny because you’re trying to make fun of yourself.
People think this because theyre trying to make fun of themselves. They think this is funny because they dont like themselves enough to like someone else’s comment.
We don’t like these words, but we do like them. They’re funny because they are funny.
This is a good example of how a comment can be funny because you’re trying to make fun of yourself. Everyone likes to think they’re a bit funny, but a few people really like to make fun of themselves. I’m not saying that everyone who likes to make fun of themselves likes to make a big deal about it, but it’s clear that many do.
The word “selfish” is also really funny when you just think about it. So are words like “sick” and “crazy”. People seem to like to make fun of themselves when they make a big deal about what they do.