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chapters:

  • cancel culture
  • impossible to delete
  • my choice
  • things I delete
  • things to declutter
  • things I keep
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CANCEL CULTURE

Say hello to today, 2019. The year when cancel culture has become a big thing. People dig up tweets from 5 or more years ago and people are losing their jobs because of it. They should by all means be held accountable for what they posted, but somehow an apology is never enough for the internet, and a persons career can go to shit because of it.

I do not like the idea of having all these posts along social medias I donโ€™t even use anymore, or old tweets hanging around when I use twitter to only check which days Shane Dawson will upload and occasionally update myself on TheSunVanished story. I donโ€™t need it anymore. Even if I do not use my real name on any social media I do not want outdated things out there that I can not stand behind anymore. I am not the same person I was five years ago, and I donโ€™t stand behind every statement I did back then. Do not cancel me, I have grown.

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IMPOSSIBLE TO DELETE

Who knew deleting things in the digital space could be so hard. I just spent 30 minutes deleting two Instagram accounts I have not used in years. I had to use my moms computer in order to do it. What should I do if I did not have a computer? Just let it be? I had to google where to find the delete button. Why is it not just easy to find? Why does it have to be so hard?

My second twitter account, the impossible monster who will not get deleted. I have been trying to delete this b*tch for a year now. As soon as I enter there comes up a text saying: โ€ERRORโ€. Sometimes I can get so far as to actually putting in the password and pressing delete, but nothing happens, and then after trying a few times the ERROR message comes up again. Today I finally sent away a message to customer support, and I hope they can help me, but really? How hard could it be to delete things? It is practically impossible to delete anything on the internet, and do not get me started on how bad it would be if the things I have shared has been screenshotted and shared again.

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MY CHOICE

After seeing Snowden a few years back, and seeing tiffanyfergs youtube video a few hours ago, I really want it deleted. When doing my Instagram declutter I realized I actually had a third account that I had not touched in five years. In 2013 to 2014 I had an account to vent and basically share every thought my suicidal 15 year old brain had. I do not want that to be around anymore so I actually decided to be stupid safe and deleted the most personal pictures and comments and then after that delete the entire account. You could never be too safe, am I right?

As someone who now only spend time on social media to make me happier and only follow positive accounts, it was a trip to find how negative I could be back then. And I am so happy that I found it. I also looked at some lists over social medias to make sure I did not miss any, and I did. I missed Wattpad and Skype, which I also will be deleting. I just need a break after all the drama with trying to delete all my other stuff. This will be a long journey to delete all the unwanted things about me in the digital world. This includes old youtube comments, social medias I do not use and everything else I can find that I do not need.

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THINGS I DELETE

- tumblr
- twitter (2)
- instagram (2 acc, keeping my main)
- wattpad
- skype
- outlook mail (2)
- couchsurfing
- viber
- kik
- musically
- youtube acc (keeping my main)
- google drive (2)
- soundcloud
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THINGS TO DECLUTTER

- facebook
- goodreads
- instagram
- snapchat
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THINGS I KEEP

- facebook
- instagram
- goodreads
- we<3it
- pinterest
- hotmail (2, one for work and one main)
- snapchat
- IMDB