They call it a facebook feed, and feed us it does -
except that this is a feed that never leaves us satisfied.
Like chinese takeaway, five minutes after feasting, you're hungry for more.
No sustenance. Its "craving" food, not wholesome fare.
Like sugar rush and cheap cider rolled into one.
No wonder its such fun.

Sent from my iPhone


  1. Great observation, Krys.

  2. Sadly its all too true: its a fantasy land that has confused more than a few people about what is real, and with tragic consequences. The internet equivalent of junk food, and until social media takes corporate responsibility for the fall-out, just as MacDonalds is now being forced to, its going to encourage some very unhealthy cravings and life choices.


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