I still remember the days without the internet. People carried out their routines without any glitches. People were happy, people were living their lives. With the outburst of technological inventions, especially that of the internet, the world has changed.
For better or for the worst, you are the judge. Even without GPS, people could find direction, even without Skype, people could communicate with each other. And the irony is that all the things we think of being irreplaceable didn’t exist a few decades ago.
People are giving more significance to superficial things. Here are some of the hard-hitting bitter realities that we are facing every day:
Diplomatic solutions have changed so much.
I bet you can’t come out of IKEA within an hour.
Give them more alcohol.
Technologies have changed, but the bitter realities remain the same.
You’d lucky to actually read the content.
Can’t miss out on the end.
It’s my phone. So I will take my pictures.
And we just click continue!
Shouldn’t they be treated the same?
Was ‘gluten’ even a word before the 90s?
After all, it turns out that you can survive without the internet.
The bitter reality. And we click on it anyways.
‘Netflix and Chill’ is one of the bitter realities we have.
Saving the file is important.
Thanks to the billions of cat videos.
Click and store.
And I am not even listening to anything.
Climate change is happening. One of the bitter realities.
When you really need that money.
Notifications are notifying, what would you do?
Compatible blood type is a must.
WiFi is correlated with quality of life.
Scoop or spreading?
Because you need evidence that you solved the case.
Greetings would eventually turn into wrestling moves.
The bitter realities of chips and air.
It’s not just Facebook.
Were you really laughing out loud while typing LOL?
Better internet connection matters.
And you can’t even pause them.
A Pandora’s box.
Do you even this person who just wrote “Happy Birthday” on your wall?
Where is my charger?
Wouldn’t it be nice?
The time span of ‘never’ has really shortened.
Lower the price, the higher the alcohol volume.
Your childhood aspiration gets shattered. You either for the money or satisfaction.
And you thought they are your go-to guides.
The weekends are too short.
Clothes folding machines would be the next big thing.
The world is our trash can.
The harshest reality about life is that it does not have CTRL + Z to undo your past experience. Live free. Live well.