Is it just me who’s
worried that many people’s tmi- boundaries are getting a little too wide-for-comfort
likely because of social media? The restraint people used to have in public is
Recently I walked
in a local spa and immediately know I'm in trouble when I see (and hear) this
mouth of the south older woman with heavy makeup and somehow wrong spikey hair talking to her peeps all
over the shop.
expletive you know I used (IN MY HEAD) here.))
But I haven't had
a pedicure since like before Christmas and my feet look like a troll's. I only have this one hour of opportunity that
I’ve planned with a precision that would make NASA proud?There’s no turning back now.
So I settle in. And
I hear about their hormones, about their hormone replacement, about their
husband's responses to Viagra (varied results-- I thought that crap was like
foolproof), about their eyebrows, about how they might get eyebrow tattoo's
about how eyebrow tattoo's cost out the wazoo apparently, about how they don't
like to cook, about how they don't like to clean, about how they don't really
need to know how to cook and clean if they're good at something else (wink
wink)-- GROSS! Did I mention that these ladies were well upwards of late to mid-60’s?
Are you scared
now? It reminded me of the e-surance commercial where little old lady Beatrice is an "Offline Over-Sharer." Beatrice is rapidly adapting to social media and the consequences, as you'll soon see, could be disturbing...like when they started
Instagramming their feet.I mean I’ve
done that once but it was a joke? I had a rainbow loom toe ring on for heaven’s
From now on I'm
going to the VIP area with comp’d champagne where at least I can get buzzed if
I have to listen to this banter?It was
funny and depressing and irritating all at once, kindof like fbook in realtime?
media really is dying—or the demographic that it’s appealing to the most will be? At least they'll have nice feet? And, they will have the Instagrams to prove it!:/