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YersiniaP
YersiniaP
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and-again wrote:
YersiniaP wrote:
That young member in question just... followed me, a minute later unfollowed me, then randomly loved three of my creations. >.<
I am still not inclined to follow, oddly... ;)


Maybe this is a dumb observation, but if these 'girls' are really high school students, shouldn't they be in class right now? I mean, take a look at the sidebar, the amount of comments and time online... it's -almost- impossible to have so many free periods, or that their teachers haven't caught them using their cellphones in class hours, or that their parents haven't grounded them for giving them such a big phone bill to pay.


It's not dumb at all, this was actually one of the things we kept wondering about last year when we had teenage drama here on CL.
It is either a person pretending to be a teen/teens, or they are using school computers.
DarkBlueMe4Ever
and-again
and-again
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YersiniaP wrote:
That young member in question just... followed me, a minute later unfollowed me, then randomly loved three of my creations. >.<
I am still not inclined to follow, oddly... ;)


Maybe this is a dumb observation, but if these 'girls' are really high school students, shouldn't they be in class right now? I mean, take a look at the sidebar, the amount of comments and time online... it's -almost- impossible to have so many free periods, or that their teachers haven't caught them using their cellphones in class hours, or that their parents haven't grounded them for giving them such a big phone bill to pay.
howla
howla
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Sparkle_Dust
Butterflyminder
Butterflyminder
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eighteyed wrote:
I don't get why people ask, though. Why don't they just follow people and see whether or not they follow back? If someone doesn't, and they get bent up about it, they can unfollow at will. It's not as though they risk anything by following. "Oh, no! I've become someone's 94th follower, but I'm still only at 2! What have I done?!"


It's not that she wants the people in question to follow her, per se; it's about the numbers. Followers are the currency of the social media universe. They indicate your importance, your popularity, ergo your right to be taken seriously. Esp on platforms like Twitter, where 'Yeah? Well, you've only got (small number of followers)!' is a common insult. It's a quid pro quo she's offering: if I enhance your status, you need to enhance mine.

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