Sorry to burst your Instagram bubble, but your #feedgoals may not exactly be #lifegoals. The photos you see on your friends’ social media accounts, insta-heart worthy and flawlessly curated as they may seem, don’t necessarily depict a real-life scenario.
In a series of satirical Facebook posts, Thai photographer Chompoo Baritone exposes the funny truth about the photo-sharing app. Below, the irony that normally happens behind the camera:
Your friend’s washed out IG snap featuring her MacBook may have been taken inside her filthy-looking bedroom.
You know that girl you just complimented as one of your #fitnessgoals? Turns out she’s a fraud.
That self-proclaimed foodie tricked you into believing that he only eats healthy, well-styled #foodporn.
That poser who claimed to be sweating it out at the sports club might not even be wearing proper tennis shoes.
Another poser who only bought a bike to show off on Instagram. Hashtag #sporty.
Those Instagrammable cacti may be surrounded by other untended, withering plants.
That awkward moment when you discover what “my sky” really looks like.