I fucking hate Instagram. Everything about it. The way it works, the way it doesn't work, but most of all those fucking filters. Christ, how I hate those fucking filters. You want a great way to ruin a perfectly good photo? Use a fucking Instagram filter, that's how. Seriously. You're not being arrtsy, you're not being clever, you're not being cute. You're being a fucking idiot. Great body, great pose, great tits? I dunno, I can't tell because you used a fucking Instagram filter. And I don't mean simple times when you leave the flash off and your photo takes on a slightly different hue than what you intended... that's not Instagram, that's simply leaving the flash off and it can happen no matter what you're taking a photo of. I've always said that Instagram is the easiest way to make your cutting edge 12 megapixel camera with ambient light detection and auto-focus sapphire glass lens, take photos comparable to busted ass 1995 era Logitech webcam on AOL. Now with added bonus: they're going to start ruining videos, too.
So do yourself, your tits, and me a favor. Leave the filters off. This way I can tell that you've just hade contacts delivered via the post office, or that you went shopping at White House-Black Market. Otherwise, I can't even make out this fucking sign, and it really detracts from your photo and robs us of the full experience, even if you are at an upscale restaurant or a nice crystal clear beach. See, INSTAGRAM SUCKS.
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