I hate how people get really personal on Tumblr. They treat it like a diary, and that honestly makes me uncomfortable. I’m learning much more about my friends than I ever needed to know. Like how truly unhappy one friend is with her appearance and weight – even though she’s absolutely gorgeous. Or how my ridiculously skinny friend is overcoming anorexia. Or about the raunchy things my one friend does with her boyfriend.
I hate how people are passive aggressive via their blogs. They’ll write about someone without naming names, but it’s kind of obvious as to who it’s about.
Especially when the person they’re writing about also has a Tumblr. She posted about how she liked someone’s outfit today, then realized they were copying her style. Thinking about it, I guess my outfit did look a bit like hers usually do – but to say I was copying it? She wears high waisted skirts and tights; I didn’t realize that she owned that look. The shoes I had on? I had those before I saw her wear a pair similar; and actually, she had commented on them saying she liked them on a Facebook picture of mine. I didn’t go out and buy the skirt to look like her, I’ve had it for over a year and I decided to look through my closet. I don’t think I’ve ever seen her wear a shirt like the one I wore today (also something I found in my closet; had it for a while, just didn’t really wear it) either.
I care a lot about what people think about me. I get really annoyed when I notice someone trying to copy me, so I’m actually upset that she thinks I’m trying to copy her. I guess it’s silly to be so upset about this.
On the bright side, she said that the person looked fantastic, which means she usually looks fantastic too. Actually, I’m glad she didn’t say anything like “it looked awful on her omg it’s better on me that butt face” or anything. I have to admit though, she does usually dress really well.