The ability to tell the entire world what you feel or think is dizzying. 'How should I phrase this?' 'Do I include that?' 'Is this oversharing?' So many doubts are lurking around that share button.

But believe it or not, some people are immune to them. They post every thought that crosses their mind. And they can be anyone! Parents complaining about their kids, high schoolers "analyzing" political discourse, celebrities interacting with fans, or everyday folks venting about their lives; we can't keep count.

Here's a collection of tweets from people who decided to get personal online. Too personal!

#1

Great Step

Great Step

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Luther von Wolfen
Community Member
2 months ago

Good job, me.

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#2

They Can Barely Manage English

They Can Barely Manage English

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Tim Pillinger
Community Member
2 months ago

:(

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#3

This Hits Home

This Hits Home

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ElenaK
Community Member
2 months ago

This should popular opinion!

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The staff at CollegeGrad, an entry-level job site for college students and recent grads, believe there are at least 9 things you should never post on social media.

1. Profanity. The language you use on social media is often the same one you'll use when casually interacting with coworkers. A minor four-letter-word once in a while isn't a crime, but if swearing is a big part of who you are, it may affect how employers look at you.

2. Abusive content. Social media can be a great place to share opinions, but if your feed is full of arguments and rants, you may come across as an overly negative person, probably not the kind of employee companies want in their office. 

3. Adult content. A snapshot on the beach is perfectly fine but posting explicit photos of yourself can have a noticeable impact on your image. The Internet is a public place. So, before posting a selfie, consider if you are OK with being seen like that in the office.

#4

Genius

Genius

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Peter Liddle
Community Member
2 months ago

this is pure genius

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#5

Best Of Both Worlds Honestly

Best Of Both Worlds Honestly

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James016
Community Member
2 months ago

That's made me chuckle :D

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#6

I Love That Life Makes Sense For Him Now

I Love That Life Makes Sense For Him Now

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
2 months ago

Sir Ian seems like he's a fun person

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4. Illegal content. Not only could this get you fired, but it may also land you on America's Stupidest Criminals. Even worse, you could be arrested if authorities see credible evidence of certain kinds of illegal activity.

5. Offensive content. Racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination should have no place in your (online) life.

6. Negative opinions about your job, employer, boss, or professor. One comment about how you hate your job could cause future employers to wonder if you really like the work you are doing or not. And a comment about your "stupid boss" could make your next conversation about the raise you were hoping to get a lot more difficult. 

7. Drug-related content. Some employers may require you to pass a drug test as a hiring condition. But chances are you won't even make it that far if you post about substances publicly.

#7

Love By Algorithm

Love By Algorithm

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
2 months ago

If you like this pneumatic jack hammer, you also might be interesting in this ergonomic crochet hook set.

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#8

Wait! You Guys Got A Tutorial?!

Wait! You Guys Got A Tutorial?!

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Nadine Bamberger
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Don't you just love it when billionaires complain?

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#9

Yep,she's Right

Yep,she's Right

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Luther von Wolfen
Community Member
2 months ago

And they get in trouble if they murder somebody.

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8. Poor grammar. A comma here and there is nothing but if you don't know the difference between "your" and "you're", it's time to learn. Communication, including writing, is an important part of professional life.

9. Threats. It is not OK to threaten others, no matter the situation you're in. Wishing someone ill, whether it is a friend, family member, colleague, politician, celebrity, whatever; if you don't like someone else, social media is not the place to be hurling threats of any kind.

The Internet is public. Remember that when you're posting from your personal account.

#10

34 Also Applies

34 Also Applies

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Connie Bonneville
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm so sorry

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#11

This One Hit Home

This One Hit Home

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
2 months ago

Yes. I thank my lucky stars every day I live in a place where the former is the majority

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#12

Yeah

Yeah

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Sue Hazlewood
Community Member
2 months ago

This!

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#13

Wisdom If I've Ever Seen It

Wisdom If I've Ever Seen It

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Sarcastic Cow
Community Member
2 months ago

Agree!

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#14

It's Truly A Blessing

It's Truly A Blessing

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Tim Pillinger
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

I might hold a gander reveal party then release the geese on my foes...

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#15

And A Family That Takes Care Of Their Elders

And A Family That Takes Care Of Their Elders

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Prilsy
Community Member
2 months ago

I always thought that was the whole point of the Addamses: they don't conform to societal norms of what is acceptable but their relationships are ideal, unlike the rest of suburbia. Like being authentic breeds happiness.

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#16

Religion

Religion

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
2 months ago

Because it's my religious duty to be a bigot, homophobe and sexist according to my holy book, written by bigots, homophobes and sexists ages ago.

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#17

Anxiety Goes Brrrr

Anxiety Goes Brrrr

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Potatogamers2
Community Member
2 months ago

Or, I get a delivery between 1 and 5 so between 1 and 5, I can't eat, watch TV or go to the toilet.

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#18

I Wouldn't Even Be Mad

I Wouldn't Even Be Mad

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Eva the Egg
Community Member
2 months ago

Thats actually hilarious 😭😭😭😂😂😂

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#19

Spot On

Spot On

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Phil DeBlanc
Community Member
2 months ago

Many times while my wife was in the hospital fighting her losing battle with cancer, I would stay overnight with her. It cost me $25 every time I did. F'in US hospitals.

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#20

This Is Important And Deserves To Be A Movement

This Is Important And Deserves To Be A Movement

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Susie Elle
Community Member
2 months ago

Just make a plate of nacho toppings and stick the nachos in :D

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#21

Well, Do They?

Well, Do They?

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Marianne Contrino
Community Member
2 months ago

Hahaha...dammit, that's hilarious!!!

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#22

Life Hack

Life Hack

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drunkpanda
Community Member
2 months ago

The fact they drew attention to this..

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#23

No Wait!

No Wait!

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Donkey boi
Community Member
2 months ago

Why is your political affiliation so important to Americans? Are there no people that just don't like any of them? That think, I'll listen to what they say and vote for the person that seems to have the best ideas to me? Nobody that thinks, 'I agree with the Dems on that subject, but disagree with the other thing. And I like the Reps idea on this, but not on that'?

Rissie
Community Member
2 months ago

Because it correlates very strongly with progressive and conservative thinking. Which correlates with how people think about a lot of things.

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