You might think you’re against drama, but I’ve noticed people time and time again saying that they’re not into drama but are actually cultivating it almost daily on their walls. It’s almost as if they’re asking for it, and don’t even know.
Negative Call outs
Ever called out someone, to face him/her over a conversation on your wall PUBLICLY? No matter how cool you think that is, that’s actually drama fodder. And that’s just not going to cut it.
If you REALLY don’t want drama, just talk it over either in person or private PM. No matter how aggravated or cheated you feel there’s always that step first before bringing stuff into public.
There's no point in dragging other people into it, as you will do that when you tag someone to TALK to them about serious matters that should be handled in private.
"I Hate Anon"
You are infuriated with this person, and you just want to tell everyone that you utterly despise the way he’s tried to talk to you again and court you for the nth time. And you’re just so damned tired of it you have to tell all of your friends or anyone who might see your wall.
How about, just try blocking or ignoring a person completely?
Trust me, as much as it’s nice to get your point and feelings across— steering clear away from jerks like that will save you from more stress in the future. I have done this time and time again, and the only things that I focus on are my myriad of hobbies.
PROTIP: You can't become a better person complaining about others. You might become a better critic of other people, but there's too many of those already and you don't want to be part of that, right?
Fodder for Trolls
You turned on the Anon in your ask.fm account, and you’re now getting questions that are bordering on rude to perverted questions. People like the power of being anonymous, ALL THE TIME.
I mean if I were invisible and wouldn’t need to pay for whatever wrongdoing I committed, I can't really guarantee a hundred percent that I won't at least get free meals from places I really like. Or get games or travel for free and such. You see, if someone had the power to be immune to punishment or cause and effect there's really no telling what he/she will be capable off. So don't go around testing it if you can't handle it.
My Wall, My opinion
We all have this mind-set: Whatever I want, I can post on MY WALL. No, not really while yes you CAN post almost absolutely anything anywhere on the internet. If it somehow annoys or hits someone’s nerves hard, you WILL get burned for it. More so if you’re giving negative opinions. That’s the weird aspect of the internet, there are a TON of self-righteous people just waiting for you to make a mistake and act like you’re the biggest jerk in the face of the planet. Even though there’s around a 90% chance that what you voiced your opinion about isn’t as bad as people sexually harassing or stalking other people. So just watch what you say and to who.
If you REALLY want to stay away from drama, you really can.
I have been issue free since…I don’t know, I mean I’ve probably been ridiculed so many times, featured on some satire blog twice or so but I don’t really read up on it. I just now it’s “There” floating around.
Think about it:
There are around 7 billion people in this world, and tons of them have varying ideas and beliefs. You might only meet up to a hundred of those, but that’s still a hundred different ideas. So take care not to burden yourself with the unneeded soap operas.
I always try and tell myself:
If you have time to complain?
Just use it to improve or learn something new!!
Am not perfect or anything, but I do know that some people are naturally attracting drama even when they don't mean to! And these are possibly some huge flags you can avoid doing whenever applicable. As these are sure ways to attract an audience and some trolls who might be not what you're looking to attract. Other than those? There are really lots of better ways to spending your afternoon than staying at home or just simply staring at your Facebook endlessly.