Things A Single Should Do Over Social Media

Social Media can be “not so great” if you’ve not got another person you can share your problems with. It can be a best friend too, but then friendships aren’t as exciting these days. While, I am a single myself I can relate to every person who wants to fast forward through February. Don’t worry people, I stand with you and am proud of you for getting past this extremely torturous month. The very little I can do, I will do. Give you ideas about being a lot cooler. One is to not drag introductions. So, here we go.

1. Troll couples on Social Media. 

This is an extremely cool way to pass time. If you’re unhappy, make everyone else feel the pain. There are lots of ridiculous, atrocious, head paining, horribly offensive stuff on the web. You just need to choose ‘em one by one and share them through your various Social Media accounts. Something like, “There’s life, there’s death, and then there’s getting into a relationship with someone who hates sex” is a good start. You can only make your posts worse from here.

It’d be a huge hit, especially on Twitter! Nobody would realize your pain. So what are you waiting for? Ah, 5 more points … I see.

2. Brag about being single!

If you see the glass “half full” even when it’s empty. I am apologetic for my previous point. You don’t need to change yourself, but what you can do is as effortless, and as annoying – to everyone else. It’s all about you. Why care about people!? So, start bragging about how cool being single is. Tell everyone you don’t need anyone in life. None to complete you because you’re a solved Algebraic expression. As clear as it gets. Start with: “India’s Prime minister is ‘single’. India’s greatest President was single. Salman Khan is virgin. Patrakar PopatLal is too and I am the coolest thing since the ‘Ice age’. Priceless.

3. Advice: Nothing beats a Single giving Relationship advices!

Find happiness sadistically. Don’t mind hearts being shattered or relationships being broken to make yourself laugh. Lots of people come to me for relationship advises, and I on almost all instances spend hours trying to get people to “walk out” of their relationship. If you’re to tell me how your boyfriend and girlfriend didn’t pick up a call of yours, I’d give up my life trying to prove how big an unpardonable CRIME that is, and why you should dump that ignorant, mean idiot! 


Friend: Buddy, I think he might be cheating on me.

Your advice should be: Ah, according to the University of Oxford if you think your partner is cheating on you, dump them. History suggests that 99. 9% times they are cheating. Having known your boyfriend he has nothing in him to suggest he’d be in the 0.1%. Spice it up!

4. Disgrace Tinder, TrulyMad and ALL dating sites!

Nothing makes you look cooler than everyone knowing you’re single and you don’t have a Tinder account! It’s okay if you’ve one, but that girl or boy you’re tweeting to doesn’t need to know that. Go a step further and start posting about how dating sites are ruining the essence of relationships. How you’ve lost trust in relationships because everyone is selfish. Probably add up a fake High school love story for extra flavours. Tell everyone how your partner cheated on you. How you’ve kept people who’ve loved you at one hand distance. Let them know that you don’t care about what people think and say. (Wo)Man, you’re in for being a total bad@ss!

5.) Flirt!

If everything else is hard, and you can’t stop yourself, and being single is as difficult as “being human” for you. Add that Tinder ain’t working as well. Flirt. Twitter is a great place to start. Everyone understands your pain. Start with posting about being “friendzoned” or “brozoned” or maybe tweet a simple “Ah, I am so lonely. I don’t want to live anymore.” Something like a “Truth or Dare” game where you just tell them how good you feel about them and how they are like sneezing – do clarify that they too stop your heartbeat and they are as awesome as the next Avengers movie. Say anything you like and think to be convenient. Of course, you don’t have to pay anything. Flatter the next person till they say, “Baby, I love you. You sound better than my gramophone“. Destiny could work wonders. Things like “I know I am not good enough for you” and “Bae, you make me cry” are even better. Good luck.

6. Meditate! Exercise! Gain!

Not everything needs to be about Social Media. If you’re not on any Social Media, which has minimal possibility. You can do better things than just killing your time on the web.Not that it’s lame, I do it 24×7. Still you can do boring stuff outside it. One of ‘em is getting healthier. Health is wealth as you know, and what better than giving your body – time. We’re living increasingly bad lifestyles and aging is due to be much worse than previous generations. So exercise! Not just your muscles, but also your brain, and if possible also your heart – Nothing philosophical, I am talking about doing cardio exercises you fool. 

Fact: Exercising makes you lot happier. I’d love to give you a link to find more about this, but I am already exhausted from my hours of Twitter Yoga. 

Here’s a WTF image to go with a WTF post! Captions needed?

Thanks for reading, waiting to hear from you, friend! Keep smiling!


My Messed Up Social Media Timelines! 

This isn’t the best picture editing you’d see, but it shows how strict we’re relating to adult material on our blog.

Anyways, the picture above is a screenshot from my Google+ timeline, of course made useless to use for anyone else later. The post has been made to a Cricket community, and it certainly isn’t related to Cricket in any way of imagination. I am going to take you all through my Social Media timelines and then I have something to tell:

Twitter (@RahulSingh_I) – My Twitter timeline is most of the time filled with posts such as “Her body paint definitely doesn’t hide her n*ppl*s”, “The girl’s 70 inches … is getting Instagram crazy”, “Man catches wife with stranger…” and then all the “sexy girls” posts. In fact, months ago I took an entire day to go through all the profiles I was following, and unfollowed over 200 people making such posts. But, even now I sometimes skip going through profiles before following back people. So, the problem has resurfaced. I am not even considering going through all the profiles I follow this time, so the only option is to mute all those people – one at a time – and report the posts too. Add to that all those “hate” tweets, Internet trolls, and angry people. Twitter has the perfect recipe to spoil my Timeline. 
Thank God for Twitter lists, and some people who genuinely tweet great making me check my timeline, and of course some friends.

    Google+ – It isn’t too bad here – all the profiles I follow aren’t spam. The “sexy videos” posts reach my timeline through the communities I am a part of. I was a part of over 70 communities in May, I’ve reduced that to 5 now. But, then my G+ timeline is basically teens ranting about their problems, reposting Tumblr “teen” posts, roleplays, sex jokes, fangirlism/fanboyism, “how my life sucks”, “nobody cares about me”,“I am leaving”, “I love you forever, bae”, “f*ck” posts, and and people flirting to sum up. The thing is that Social Media is to express, and I don’t mind people using their freedom of expression simply because I do it to the extreme. But, then when I see many people copying the same posts, showing other people’s work as their own, using expletives nonstop, cursing life 24×7, it’s just too negative. I can’t report them, I don’t block ’em, but I do “mute” them these days.

    Although, because of all the bloggers I follow on Google+, and some great people I get to interact with, my Google+ experience overall is totally worth checking. Surprisingly, there are some witty teens too, – very surprisingly.

      Facebook – Due to how Facebook chooses relevant posts for it’s users, I only have “success” and “motivation” posts appearing on my timeline. That has made me about 10 minutes more active on Facebook everyday, up from 2-3 minutes at best. However, there’s a price I’ve had to pay – not interacting with many means – my posts aren’t something everyone looks forward to as well, especially that I unfriended about 250 people a while back to leave me with 60 friends – that doesn’t help.

        Instagram (rahulsingh_i) – I am new to Instagram, and have had very few people add me, and I don’t follow many too. So, it’s cool for now, and looks calm. Highly impressed with the activity on the medium as compared to other Social networks. Just wishing that  Instagram makes hashtags as relevant as Twitter, and People easier to follow – while being non-spammy.

          Others – I have accounts on Tumblr, Flipboard, Pinterest, Quora, and many more places that I am not too active with. I loved how Flipboard worked, no wonder they have got over 500 million app downloads from the Google PlayStore. Tumblr and Quora can be addictive, but I am logged out of both, and have no intentions of logging in anytime soon – other than the odd security checks of course. Pinterest, it’s the place you want to share your “creative” blog posts too – no wonder, it isn’t for me.

          Important – Look for every problem there’s a solution. Report all spam posts, block people, create private lists on Twitter, and add the people you want to interact with. Block, or if that’s too harsh, mute people on Google+, or the better solution is to keep important people in a separate circle. Message your Facebook friends once in a while. Explore new parts of the Social Media networks. What’s the point of ranting on your blog, man? Good day.

          101 Reasons you should follow me on Twitter

          LOOK filling up a blog post with 101 reasons is a great task, and so is reading it. I wouldn’t want to waste your time. You should follow me on any social media, but for now 101 reasons to follow me (@RahulSingh_I) on Twitter. The reasons are:

          1. The most obvious “I Follow back.”

          2. I Tweet. Not a good enough reason? Well, people love to un-follow inactive accounts. So, It’s not too bad reasoning. If that’s not enough…

          3. I retweet. If you look at my account you’ll find out that I RT good tweets, and actually anything that interests me.

          4. If RT-ing is a reason. “Heart-ing” or “liking” should be too. Especially, if I like you. I favourite almost everything.

          5. I don’t send automated DMs. If you’re on Twitter, and don’t thank me for not acting a robot. You aren’t active enough.

          6. I won’t share Instagram images on Twitter. Heck, I don’t have an Instagram account.

          7. I don’t share a blog post more than once. If you don’t want to read my writings, you just need to ignore once. Like a second, and the post won’t haunt you ever again. I won’t mind that as well. Plus, there’s a fair chance that following me for years, you might never see a blog post of mine. Twitter’s too quick, too much happening, always.

          8. I don’t tweet about politics. Is that a plus? Okay. 

          [Update: Occasionally, I may do a tweet on politics, but still politics ain’t my topic.]

          9. I don’t follow any politician besides whoever is the President or PM of India. Out of respect.

          10. I don’t tweet about Kim Kardashian.

          11. I ignore really horrible tweets such as this:

          Link? Error 404: I just told you I ignore them.

          12. Neither do I RT something like this..

          13. Nor anything like this.. I would not want to risk tweeting or RT-ing something that asks me to try to beat up a man build like a Tank. You shouldn’t too. Follow me for this million dollar advice for free.

          14. Nor this…

          I tweeted this myself. Why God why?

          15. Nor this.. (I didn’t RT this, but quoted it. Ain’t this tweet cool?)

          16. I will tweet with the coolest GIFs soon..

          17. I don’t follow “News Anchors”.

          18. I have blocked a famous politician on Twitter. No names, but that’s a moral achievement. I get to mute a politician. WOW. I should be followed for doing this.

          19. I find the best inspirational quotes. Though that’s not too hard.

          20. I RT tweets with the coolest facts and tips.

          21. I have over 1600 cool people following me. So you can too. Okay, I’m not bragging too much, that’s just because I Follow back.

          22. I won’t unfollow you unless you’re tweeting objectionable content.

          23. I don’t block people, unless you’re here to insult a “nation” or “race”.

          24. Again, I tweet a lot, but I won’t irritate you. Really, promise. Kind of.

          25. Just follow me so you can wish me a happy birthday on 22nd May every year (Honestly, I have a birthday that falls on May 22 every year. Isn’t that amazing?).

          26. I reply to every non automated message.

          27. If you’re a blogger or do anything content related, I will see, read and RT your stuff.

          28. I don’t make unnecessary jokes. I can come up with a reason for everything I vomit. The reason is because I overate. See.. vomit, overeating. Okay, sorry. Next..

          29. My Twitter is the door to a great brain. It’s the reflection of everything that goes in my head. It must be a privilege to read my thoughts in 140 characters or less. Should it be?

          30. I contribute to trends. I can come up with something for any hash-tag. Ain’t I cool?

          31. Example for Point 30.

          32. And another..

          Nobody RT’d this tweet

          33. Me at my best. I have rocking advices.

          34. The way I translate…

          35. I’m the height of being optimistic and defy the rules. Okay.

          36. If you’ve ever wanted people to ask questions. I’m your guy.

          37. I don’t do sponsored tweets..

          38. Never will I tweet something like this.. again

          38. As weird as I can be, I’m no more a teen. So, I won’t be making “The world s*cks” tweets. I pledge:

          39. I know who Muhammad Ali was IS.

          Not giving a link to the profile here, but a girl tweeted that Ali was a great footballer, better than Ronaldo and Messi. She got more than 8K RTs for this. Later she claimed to confuse Ali with Pele. All this when the world was paying tributes to the legend.

          40. I never bother myself with being part of “#IStandWith__” movements. People should understand that everyone is equal before the law. No matter how well they sing, how cute they look, or how much people love ’em.

          41. I may crack a joke on you, but only to cheer you up, or if I know you well.

          42. I never tweet anything to spread hate. Most tweets are like:

          43. I don’t even talk about “love”. Things have got too cheesy these days.

          44. I ignore all extremists. Everyone normal active Twitter user should be paid for that.

          45. I don’t unnecessarily RT celebrities. That’s not bad though, it’s really cool to RT anything one wants, but seeing celebrities being RT-ied for stupid stuff makes me jealous. Anyone like me? Follow me.

          46. If you like Cricket. I don’t make too many Cricket tweets these days, but I know my game. See, my Cricket tweets with typos gets RTs too. I’m just too cool.

          47. Not following Tennis can’t stop me from Tweeting about it. Murray fans here?

          I won’t embed a tweet here. Just asking you Tennis fans: How many Grand-Slams does Murray has in him? Will Federer win another?

          48. Same with Soccer. Ronaldo or Messi?

          49. Every 4 years you’ll see me Tweeting about Olympics.

          50. I wish Happy Birthdays. (Mine is on 22nd May)

          51. I always have something for a #Flashback

          52. I promote people.. including myself.

          After this list article, I don’t think I need  anything to prove it.

          53. I provide #MondayMotivation

          54. #WesnesdayWisdom

          55. #ThursdayThoughts or sometimes Tuesday ones too.

          56. #FridayFeelings

          57. Sometimes, everything at once.

          58. I promote people everywhere. I will promote this person for interacting with all my stuff because I use the like option for all her tweets too. Anyways..

          59. This dude too for the same reasons.

          A shout out on the blog for the RT and edits man.

          60. This person as he replies to my tweets.

          61. I will promote your stuff. Look I gave you enough evidence as well now.

          62. I troll my best friend there.

          63. I have an “Incredible People” section on this blog, and if you have something astonishing about you. Let my millions of readers know you. But, follow me and DM me first.

          [SIDE NOTES: Million of readers aren’t there, but I’m positive.]

          64. I will help you find YouTubers. Not the Internet celebrities, but the hidden gems. Here’s one:

          65. And poetesses..

          66. And bloggers too..

          67. And I know Fitness Gurus.

          Don’t disturb him while he’s working out, here’s a silent link.

          68. And writers obviously

          69. My friend’s list includes aliens sharing insane stuff as well..

          70. I too have a book coming..

          71. Even if you don’t like reading, follow me because I won’t force you to read me.

          72. If you still hate me, just follow and mute me. I like my numbers on Twitter.

          73. I got more than 100 RTs once. That shows I’m rad. Just follow me for this alone.

          74. I don’t cry for being single, not on Twitter for sure.

          75. I don’t even talk about relationships and why everyone should break up.

          76. My amazing He – She tweets.

          77. People with blue ticks follow me. Okay.

          78. I myself have a blue tick coming up, and you would love a celebrity following you. Do you?

          79. This one’s a great reason: I need you. I treasure you. I’m desperate, and I don’t measure you.

          80. I don’t really know what #78 means, but I’m cool, and I can rhyme things up. Follow me for that.

          81. I have got health tips.

          Stay happy. Laugh more, and stop seeking health tips from me. You’ll be fine.

          82. I am a master at ruining stuff.

          83. Unlike many, whether you like 1D or any other band. I still like and respect you. Though I still like to have fun.

          84. I take puns on me in a light hearted manner.

          85. I will give you birthday reminders (on 22nd May specifically).

          86. I like all responsible Twitter users tweet on #WorldWaterDay #WorldEnviornmentDay and everything (Not necessarily I do anything about it in real life).

          87.  I don’t pretend doing cool things I don’t do.

          88. I have got Math tips.

          89. I have also got Twitter tips. You just need to ask.

          I need Twitter tips as well though.

          90. If you’re a girl. Keep calm, the chances of “I” flirting is really minimal.

          91. If you’re a boy, the chances of myself flirting are even lesser.

          92. Follow me because there’s no one else like me.

          93. I have got tons of gratitude and respect, and people with thousands of followers like the way I think.

          94. Sometimes I give shout-outs as well..

          95. Follow me because you’re on Twitter, and you don’t have to pay for following people. Okay.

          96. I have infinite wisdom you can miss out on, like all the people on Quora.

          97. Like infinite wisdom..

          What? Was this tweet not supposed to be linked here?

          98. RTs are not endorsements. I don’t know why people say this. An RT is a… RT. I like this line though. RTs are not endorsements.

          99. I’m not always serious, but I can be. I have opinions, and I share ’em publicly. If you appreciate this follow me.

          100. Pro-wrestling fans out there. Follow me. I would love to talk about it.

          LESNAR won..

          101. Aren’t 100 enough? If not, reread point 1.

          Thank you, and sorry. 

          This post was presented to you by Rahul Singh (@RahulSingh_I).


          Again, 22nd May… every year.

          Read, and share.. Not just on Twitter. Thank you.

          Knowing it’s time to CHANGE…

          Time – it always goes on, and everything changes with time, but it’s not “TIME” that causes the change, rather one’s actions that do.

          You (the reader) must have gone through different phases in your life. I know that’s a stupid statement. Of course, any person goes through the ups and downs life has to offer. No matter how hard one tries, the mind is a mess. We can pretend about “living in the present” all we want, but both “worries of the future” and “stories of the past” do get a place in our lives. The successful possibly don’t let these thoughts affect their inner peace and not affect their work. On the flip side, ones struggling as me just can’t always let the thoughts not overpower the present. Again, that’s an assumption.

          I’ve never been depressed. Never have wanted to kill myself, never thought of giving up on my passion. Rather, I’ve learned to deal with failures, keep a sense of humour, and be thankful for everything I have been gifted. The recent post “Seriously struggling” was actually meant to be serious rather than the mess it turned out. However, I was confused on what I needed to be serious about, hence it panned out the way it did.

          CHANGE – I know the answer now, change is the answer. Recently, I’ve been trying to change. Be different. Think different. Act different. When you want to change the output, you must change the input. Personally, on a “work satisfaction” level, the past year has easily been the worst in my life. Life’s pace has taken a step down, and that has for the first time has got Rahul worried (keep this a secret, please). 2016 has been worrisome, not because I haven’t become a millionaire, but because I haven’t improved in any way from where and what I was in 2015. If not, my confidence has taken a hit, but then those around me thought it to be over confidence. So, maybe being more cautious ain’t all that bad.

          What should Rahul do, now? If you think I’m going to say something revolutionary about CHANGE here. I have one word for you – “SORRY”. I know it’s time to do things differently, but am yet to figure out what exactly all I say mean.

          Leave daily life aside. I thought of changing the way I present myself on social platforms. Act professional. Not make unnecessary jokes. I tweeted:

          Starting over was given a thought as well, but that meant loosing out on people I’ve gained in the last year. So, that thought was let pass through. Try to act what I’m not doesn’t work either, if you know what I mean.

          At the end, there’s just one solution I seem to have. Finding my way, that reflects myself, and spreads my word. I know saying this is a let down after the long build up, but this blog is more so the LIVE interpretation of the thoughts that fill my mind rather than anything else. For present, I’m confused, just like this post, but then I have a book coming through sooner than later, and that fills me with excitement.

          The last word: This is a message to all of ’em that read my posts. Most of you being writers and bloggers yourselves know the importance and happiness of being read. My readership has been on the way down ever since 2016 hit shores, but thankfully some of you for some reasons have kept reading. I have got something to say to you: Thank you.

          Social Media Struggles: FIGHTS.

          A Fun Fact: I asked people through various mediums if I should share this post. The answer I got from a good percentage was “NO”. Now, the question arises if that’s because you are all tired of the nuisance talked here or you’re afraid of this post ruining your mood, and I loosing followers. As for the former, I don’t blame you. For the latter, however, a gentleman blogging for over 10 years had a good advice for me, and he said, “People don’t get offended, they choose to get offended.” True? I bet you. So, I’m hoping you’ll take the lightheartedness of this post. Now, the post.

          The last few weeks have been interesting, not because of #Brexit or Messi’s retirement. I’m not even talking about WWE suspending one of it’s “faces” Roman Reigns for Wellness policy violations. I am no more going to talk about my friend as well. The friend who’s going to marry next year, but has certain obstacles, and if they aren’t removed, he might have an “ex” come 2018. Anyways, my friend doesn’t like me having fun at “their” cost, and wants me to discontinue with “marriages” being mentioned in my blog posts.

          A good friend as I am, the word “marriage” is banned on this blog from this post itself. Actually not this, but from the next post onwards.

          The weeks have been interesting not because something’s happened. In fact, nothing has been achieved during the period, but great thoughts. This post is to share one of them with all my readers, or teenage readers specifically.

          I have noted on social media, a new way to fight, and then patch up with “friends”. All of us must have come across many duos on Social media who are “BFF” on Monday, and are both happy to get “b*tchy”, “sh*tty”, “hypocritic” double faced people out of their lives on Tuesday. For the icing on the cake, they are back together on Wednesday, and describe it as “the happiest” event of their lives.

          Really? No apologies shared. No post showing the gradual slow transformation of the heart, no real signs even to show that you’re missing them. Just the Jet propelled transformation of the friend from “SOULmate to CRAP to GAWD”. This ain’t how good stories work, player.

          Well, I know some of you might object to that because you know the apologies, etc do take place privately. Now a question: Shouldn’t your issues be a private thing as well? What are private messages for? Unless, you need it to get attention, or really have the desire to insult friends in public of course. Once you insult, no matter how many shout outs you give them stating that they’re BAE, and bring sunshine, and you will kill everyone who doesn’t follow. How are your followers supposed to forget the comments made earlier? Don’t they have good enough reasons to mute/ignore you?

          What one writes on “their space” doesn’t represent anyone else but THEM.

          This is getting harsh, but here’s a tip, if you ever come across such a situation with an internet friend, learn to ignore, for when you’re friends again, you’ll have less to regret. “Being friends again” is not a taunt, but I find it a plus, because it’s too short a life to hold grudges. However, “friends should be good and less,” always say the wise (wo)men.

          I have seen enough edits saying, “When YOU and I have problems, it needs to remain between YOU and ME. No one else.” Need I say more?

          The first thing my blogging mentors taught me was, “when you don’t have something nice to say, say something nice anyways.” I hate how I’m breaking the rules, but the same people don’t want me to hide my opinions within.

          This post ain’t meant to offend anyone, just something I’ve noticed on G+ a lot. Quite honestly, a part of me enjoys such stuff, only if the two sides are extravagantly smart. A recent Twitter fight by two clearly witty people in my circles in fact brought out two of the best one liners. This war wasn’t brutal, but rather childish, but I liked the two lines quoted below:

          My heels are higher than your standards.


          My phone’s battery lasts longer than your relationships.

          And, I was surfing across the web, and I came across this..

          You’re so full of sh*t, you can pass for toilet.

          [Side notes: Both of you whom I have anonymously quoted. I’m sorry. But, this is how it can pan out when you have a writer in your circles.]

          For bonuses, please people stop doing posts with “I’m disgusting, selfish, retarded” and all that stuff written, because at some point people start taking you seriously. If that’s not enough a problem, sooner or later, your subconscious self starts taking it seriously as well, and that’s where real problems begin.

          There could be better ways to talk about this topic, but as you already know “honesty is the best policy”. The last time I had advises for teens, I was attempted to be trolled by one, the post shared by half a dozen, but… I’m not an easy person to troll. Anyways, I appreciate those attempts if a link to the blog or a link to any of my S.M. accounts goes along with those posts, if anyone wants to try.

          Thanks for reading, and your opinions are heartily welcomed, as I’m completely aware that I am a human, and can be wrong.