That we use social networks to show our best face is an indisputable truth. That of what appears on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter you should quarantine half and even more, is also true. The influencers thing has become a very careful business: they know it. Brands too.
Hence, many teenagers (and not so teenagers, at least in age) are now following the adventures of anonymous people until recently , such as Dulceida, whose popularity has been forged based on outfits, makeup and a endless trivia that seem to enchant the audience.
Against this movement, superficial and anodyne, the so-called desinfluencers have emerged. Those who have made mockery their virtue . Because the truth is that it is not for less. We present you nothing more and nothing less than ten accounts of people who laugh at the posture on Instagram. Don't miss a single one.View this post on Instagram
Happy Selfie-versary part 2 #onthisdayinhistory #selfiety #nationalselfieday
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1. Burr Martin
Let's start with a disinfluence genius. A pioneer named Burr Martin who, after realizing that his daughter had started her Instagram posture career, decided to get down to business and do the same. This is: embarrassing your daughter by doing just the same postures, applying the same makeup and decorating himself with the same ornaments. The result? A collection of images as ridiculous as they are funny that will cause you nothing but pure embarrassment.
2. Anti Foodie
Instagram and food are two things that go hand in hand. Foodies are, in fact, those who are in charge of photographing everything they eat. As long as it has glamor and aesthetics, of course. Otherwise the snapshot is useless. And what is the most creepy when it comes to food? Well, see the completely empty plates with the remains of shrimp, shells and other elements that you do not eat. This is exactly what Anti Foodie is about.
3. Instagram husband
And what do the couples of instagrammers and influencers suffer? Everything is explained in this YouTube video parody. Then you can follow accounts like Boyfriends of Insta, in which the poor and unfortunate life of the influencers' husbands is shown, whose only and sacred occupation is that of extreme posing. They have earned heaven.View this post on Instagram
After two fried eggs, the best dessert is chorizo from Pamplona until the bar is finished. #happyfood #seedscometelastúsieso #totalmentevegano
A post shared by Juan (@juandelval) on May 18, 2017 at 2:59 am PDT
4. Juan del Val
Besides being a writer and journalist, Juan del Val also works as a disinfluencer on Instagram . It is, in fact, one of the most famous in our country. The husband of the presenter and journalist Núria Roca has imitated his wife's postures on this social network on countless occasions, but in addition, and fed up with so much pose, the man has no qualms about taking a picture of the disorder of shoes that He has at home or the Pamplona chorizo sandwich that he gets between his chest and back after eating a couple of fried eggs. So, natural.View this post on Instagram
A post shared by Bolli (@bollistuff) on Feb 25, 2018 at 3:43 am PST
Bollistuff's isn't a regular account either, at all. Acid and biting like few others, Bolli leaves no puppet with a head and has no problem publishing any image that breaks with the norm, aesthetics and conventions. One of his most talked about photos is titled “Menstru Arte”. You can imagine where the thing is going.View this post on Instagram
# 100daysofdirtylaundry Day 76 - Valar Morghulis (All (wo) men must (eventually) die). . Do you ever think about your mortality? Not in a morbid way, more like how one fine day you will cease to exist? Isn't death our biggest fear? We fear missing out on not doing enough, not caring enough, not reading enough, not traveling enough, not achieving enough before we die. We fear missing out on the future, how lives would change without us / our loved ones. . . It's a strange taboo, death. We all know it's inevitable, sparing none of us *, yet there's this uncomfortable silence around it. We run away from death never taught how to acknowledge it. & then when it someday hits us or our loved ones by surprise, we realize how grossly unprepared we are to deal with it. . . I 'm not sure if I possess the sensitivity / maturity to talk about death or mortality, so I'll just leave you with the ways we approach our human mortality (ideas borrowed from Alan Watts & some amazing TEDs):. . 1. The life after death narrative - The religious narrative of the existence of heaven & hell, places we travel to, post mortality based on our morality (good deeds, bad deeds). The other religious narrative is that of an afterlife - that your body dies, but your soul eternally lives on & / or you reincarnate in another life, in another body, either to serve the sins or reap the benefits of your past lives. I personally don't buy either of this, but Pixar's Coco was too heartwarming that kinda makes you wish this narrative were true. . . . 2. The reproduction narrative - So what if I die one day,at least I can pass on 'my' genes & my wisdom (the things that make me, 'me') to my kids. & my kids will hopefully do the same to my grandkids and so on. & thus, some part of me lives on eternally in the mortal world long after I'm gone. . . 3. The legacy narrative - So what if I die one day, atleast my name, my work will live on well beyond my lifetime - through my writing, through my art, through my ideas, through my fame, through my sacrifices / struggles, through my kindness. . . . 4. The nihilist narrative - eh, what death? Firstly, what life? Nothing really matters. . . (Cont. In comments)some part of me lives on eternally in the mortal world long after I'm gone. . . 3. The legacy narrative - So what if I die one day, atleast my name, my work will live on well beyond my lifetime - through my writing, through my art, through my ideas, through my fame, through my sacrifices / struggles, through my kindness. . . . 4. The nihilist narrative - eh, what death? Firstly, what life? Nothing really matters. . . (Cont. In comments)some part of me lives on eternally in the mortal world long after I'm gone. . . 3. The legacy narrative - So what if I die one day, atleast my name, my work will live on well beyond my lifetime - through my writing, through my art, through my ideas, through my fame, through my sacrifices / struggles, through my kindness. . . . 4. The nihilist narrative - eh, what death? Firstly, what life? Nothing really matters. . . (Cont. In comments)
A post shared by Hi! (@wallflowergirlsays) on Jan 23, 2018 at 7:43 am PST
She is another anti influencer or anti instagramer and is originally from India. It has become clear that being an influencer consists of showing your most beautiful side, so that the opposite requires showing the world your dirty laundry, which is not easy. What wallflowergirlsays did was launch a campaign-complaint under the hashtag # 100DaysofDirtyLaundry that would amount to 100 days of dirty laundry, in our language. With this, I wanted to capture, on a daily basis, unpleasant and everyday scenes, common and shared by all, in illustration format.
7. Dead food
As we said, there is probably nothing that is more against the posture and the rules of good photography on Instagram than the plates of food that have already been eaten . It is the perfect account for those who always forget to take a photo of the plate and who, when they want to realize it, have already gobbled it up. Dead food is just about this, so if it doesn't hurt to take a look at the photo of the thorn of a sardine or a floppy plate of lentils, there you have this account for your enjoyment.View this post on Instagram
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8. Junk Food
In addition to sharing outfits, makeup and other trivia, most influencers also spend their time on Instagram sharing juices, smoothies, and avocado slices with salmon and sesame seeds. What is the opposite? Well, the famous junk or junk food. To challenge the very healthy posturers , the Junk Food account (which is nothing but junk food) shares all kinds of appetizing but unhealthy food like the most: fried chicken wings, hamburgers with a thousand and one ingredients, waffles, sausages, bacon and batters in general. Nothing suitable for those who are on a full diet.
Can you be choni and be proud of it? You are right. Of these there are many scattered throughout the polygons of all Spain, but some are also on Instagram. The account of Killadamente is that of a woman full of kilos and without complexes, whose motto is: God first, then pizza. The lady has no qualms about showing herself with an infinity of outfits, about taking pictures with a bottle of cream dripping from her mouth, or about wearing michelin without qualms. Pizza is, of course, her favorite dish.
Her motto is: 'We are not Dulceida, nor do you win'. So you can imagine what the thing is about. Instead of presenting a smoothie with cucumber, celery and unicorn powder, they show us what life is like, as is, eating a triangle of pizza with dripping cheese ; in Mercadona's toilet paper section or posing next to a waste container. Little to do with Dulceida, of course. And luckily.