Because we're all egomaniacs who like to moonlight as artistic geniuses and because damn near everybody uses Instagram, the filtered photo sharing social network has devolved into a thumb scrolling exercise of the same freaking pictures: clouds, city skylines, feet, coffee art, food, walls, babies, sneaky boobs and anything to turn a like. This CollegeHumor parody video (to the tune of Nickelback, double parody ha!) hilariously makes fun of all things annoying with Instagram. I find myself nodding my head to everything (and checking Instagram again and again and again) [CollegeHumor
This Hilarious Video Shows Everything That's Annoying About Instagram
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