8 tell-tale signs you’re an ATTENTION SEEKER!


1. You delete a photo on Instagram if there are too few likes… Only to post it again, several hours, in hopes that more people will see it and like it. Because timing matters.



2. You follow people on social media… only to unfollow them immediately once they follow you back.




3. You are extremely good at changing the topic. To yourself. Your friends talking about the Ebola…aaaannndd….you start talking about that time you went holidaying there.




4. You have no volume control.  You’re just sharing your words of wisdom with the rest of the world, unsolicited.



5. Every day seems like a scene out of your personal movie or drama series and every little thing in your life has to be documented and dramatized as much as possible.




6. You constantly post sad, sad, sad status update of yourself that goes something like “my life is mess, i must kill myself, everything is not going to be all right”



7. You flood your Facebook page with more than 40 posts a day



8. Your Instagram and Facebook pages are dominated with selfies






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Audrey Kang

Audrey Kang is a born and bred Singaporean girl about to embark on a two year solo life abroad to study Politics and International Relations at the University of Melbourne. She's maniacal about reading and writing and will write almost everything from sports to travel to current affairs, and will even read the back of a milk carton if she's bored enough.

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