As you get older, and I’m sure this resonates within most people, you grow out of the shallow outlook you adopt as a teen.Most people realise that what someone looks like, really doesn’t mean a thing if they’ve got a shitey* personality and can’t hold a decent conversation. I know loads of female colleagues and friends who receive the same mildly amusing Linked In treatment.
Whilst they were shopping for clothes on the weekends, I was having water gun fights with my brother in the garden!
I’m sure the majority of the female population on Linked In can relate to what I am about to write! By the standards of our botoxed, fake-boobied western-world, I am probably average at best. I definitely need a new one and have vowed to get more photos this summer!
If I had half the amount of power that the men of Linked In gave me, I’d probably be running the country. However, I seem to possess this online presence on Linked In that I don’t possess in real life. I stumble across many articles on Linked In based around the topic of the profile picture.
If I were single, Linked In would be a pretty decent breeding ground in which to prowl for a potential new suitor (sarcasm).
In good humour I thought I’d share a small selection of my favourites to date: 1.
Some synthetic, man-made pill that is developed to cover or eradicate certain symptoms but bound to contain some adverse side effects.