On Air Now
The Capital Weekender With Ministry of Sound 10pm - 6am
13 October 2017, 16:45
The internet can be a scary, scary place.
Halloween is meant to be the scariest time of the year, right?
All those terrifying costumes, the fake blood, the horror movies, the trick or treaters…
But, it turns out that the scariest things can actually happen all year round… and it’s in public domain for most people to see.
Yep, there are things in your everyday life that are scarier than Halloween.
Hands up who has been scrolling on Instagram on your best friends, ex boyfriends, cousins, sisters, new boyfriends account and accidentally hit that dreaded heart button on a photo that is probably about three quarters of the way down their entire feed? Or worse yet, your own exes social media feed!
We’d take back to back viewings of ‘IT’ over that happening any day.
Less of a concern now that Twitter are rolling out a 280 character limit but still, ANNOYING.
You post out a hilarious tweet only for THAT one friend to reply and point out your spelling error. FFS.
Your 6 episodes in to season 3 of your favourite TV show but someone you follow is always one step aheads and therefore, ALWAYS RUINS IT.
How am I meant to show my best friends what you look like if your account is private? That tiny photo in the corner isn’t going to help.
THIS IS HILARIOUS AND RELEVANT AND TIME SENSITIVE, TWITTER, Y U NO WORK?!
We just wanted to congratulate you on your engagement, we didn’t really want to be involved in a conversation with your entire friends list on Facebook.
Those dreaded two blue ticks and no reply are potentially more frightening than werewolves.
Camila Cabello recently opened up about her Halloween costume & it's basically us all over: