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It’s a Tumblr thing

I never really got into the whole social scene of tumblr. That’s probably why I don’t get affected that much with haters, fans, creepy anonymous askers and people leaving this site. Sure, I may have developed a few friendships here and there, but I still feel that it’s a bit too superficial for my taste. I think it’s my indifference to the whole social fabric of tumblr that made me carry on with blogging in this site. I didn’t come here to make friends or form cliques, as most of the people I’m following are into. I came to this micro-blogging site to blog.

Having imported all my posts from blogger to this site makes tumblr my only go-to site for blogging. And that’s the number one reason why I’m so uptight and OC with my posts. Sometimes I get the urge to reblog funny meme’s or what not, but then I ask myself, is all that really worth back reading? Does that reflect who I really am at that moment? Some people may argue with me on this one but I guess I just have a very unpopular way of using this site.

But then again, what do I know?



Pinoy Tumblr Reblog
Wow, I just got reblogged by the Pinoy Tumblr. That’s one check off on my Tumblr Bucket List.
It’s bittersweet because it’s a very negative post. I even deleted it 2 days after I posted it and I don’t know how it managed to get reblogged. At least the people, especially Filipino nurses, are made aware of the adversities our Kababayans are facing outside our country right now. Although she has a point, but stereotyping is never OK. The mistake of one person is not the mistake of everybody.
I hope this will be a lesson for all of us, that in this day and age of the internet where every move can be easily scrutinized and dissected, we should be very careful in everything that we do, and at the same keep it very professional.

Pinoy Tumblr Reblog

Wow, I just got reblogged by the Pinoy Tumblr. That’s one check off on my Tumblr Bucket List.

It’s bittersweet because it’s a very negative post. I even deleted it 2 days after I posted it and I don’t know how it managed to get reblogged. At least the people, especially Filipino nurses, are made aware of the adversities our Kababayans are facing outside our country right now. Although she has a point, but stereotyping is never OK. The mistake of one person is not the mistake of everybody.

I hope this will be a lesson for all of us, that in this day and age of the internet where every move can be easily scrutinized and dissected, we should be very careful in everything that we do, and at the same keep it very professional.