Which Deadly Sin Are You Guilty Of?
You are always trying to get the “better deal”, and your friends love you because suddenly they’re getting half off on dinner and they have no idea why. You’re the reason why, you magician you! Just indulge in a truffle oil burger or whatever sometimes. You’re going to die one day anyway, time to make some (expensive) memories!
You have no issue just staying in, watching Netflix and ordering delivery. Good for you! You do you! Just leave your blanket fort sometimes and go to that dumb party you were like “eh” to. Just do it once a month. It’ll probably be more fun for you than everyone else anyway because you’ll have no expectations and hey, you’ll make someone really happy that they finally saw you! Also, Seamless is a gift and a curse. Use wisely.
You have a fun life with tons of friends, which is all displayed on your Instagram. Good job! You share #foodporn and pics of your friends and shots of your sweet vacay spots and generally try to enjoy all aspects of your life while also giving the rest of the world a glimpse on how to do it right. Just like, notice when people around you are sad or sobbing softly into their eggs benedict at brunch. Console them and keep living your cool ass life.
You feel pretty damn secure in yourself and you make sure everyone knows it via your tweets, which you post approximately every 0.2 seconds. You tweet @ people, you tweet stuff you read, you tweet your opinions on various social issues -- your social image could blow any US political candidate’s out of the water, son. Great for you, you clever, likeable little devil! Just, you know, look into peoples’ eyes sometimes.
You have crushes on at least 4 people at all times, and some of them are probably people on Tumblr who you’ve never actually met. That’s cool, and you obviously have a big heart which is never a bad thing but just like, don’t spend more than 15 minutes a night scrolling through their profile pics and hoping you don’t accidentally like a photo from 2008 or something.
You have big dreams and high expectations for yourself, which is baller and all, but you also end up comparing yourself to random people on Facebook and being like “I wish I were holding two drinks in this photo to look cooler” and you forget that people only post their positive experiences on social media, thus creating an unrealistic standard of happiness that’ll inevitably make you doubt your self worth based on completely arbitrary factors. GO OUTSIDE AND RUN FREE.
You are super smart. Like woah. You read a lot about everything that’s wrong with this country and society and shows like Extreme Cougar Wives and you have opinions on Girls and Edward Snowden and you will voice them, dammit! You like to go on Reddit and also use the word “bonehead” a lot (at least in your head), and you’re 97% right on everything. Good for you! Just like, don’t get too wrapped up in all that. 80% of the people you talk to only say they read The New York Times. You’re better than them anyway!