This story... well... I hate to say it but I do this a lot where I spend hours surfing the net intending to do something productive but end up checking out my either my google+ or facebook account, and then lose myself liking (+1-ing) pictures/statuses/posts that my friends put up. It's healthy when done in moderation, and if you're still able to function and perform as normal.
Normal for me being: sleep, eat, work, and then eventually die like everyone else.
*picture is originally from http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/philippines-child-abuse-british-police-3027086
01/16/2014 (Thursday)- The Latest Drug
I sat through the day in my locked room.
Connected to the world through wires transmitting my electronic thoughts and hashtag smiley faces—my need for human interaction fed via a WiFi drip.
I heard someone knocking earlier at my door, but chose to ignore it as I sought my daily sustenance of digital bread: liking pictures, liking statuses, liking everyone but myself. That would be just vain and narcissistic if you liked yourself, right? Right.
I heard someone whispering if I was alright, but chose to keep quiet as I lost my sense of individuality.
Liking everyone but myself.