So when Blue Ivy was born, I got into a twitter argument with a girl because she said something her being amongst the greats, as a cappricorn, listed a bunch of famous people who had actually contributed to society, and then saying "and now Blue Ivy." I replied saying something like... "she hasn't done anything but be born, how can you include her among the greats?" The lady got very pissy and called me a hater, said I was jealous that she wasn't the same sign as me.
And I just let it go and unfollowed her because Blue Ivy is some stranger's infant what is there to be jealous of, and the woman is obviously an idiot.
So then yesterday, on twitter again, people were saying Happy Birthday to Blue Ivy... and I was just thinking, "Blue Ivy doesn't have a twitter, and even if she did, she wouldn't be able to read these tweets... Because SHE'S A BABY."
And I feel the same way about people who say Happy Birthday/Happy Father's day to people who don't have the social media to see what they are writing about them.
Ex: on Father's day, everyone was saying Happy Father's day to their fathers on social media. But if your dad isn't on that network... what is the point?? It's one thing to share how much you appreciate someone to your followers, but to literally just say Happy Father's day...
*mini rant* I just think it's weird.