Like Hello Kitty
Crazy nail art
Giant glittery 4 year old child phone cases
Duck lips (okay, we haven't really kept quiet or become okay with that unattractive trend, but you get our drift)
But thanks to an awesome blog post by Adventures in Mediocrity, we've decided to speak out about one that has really REALLY been bothering us.
We, along with Meghan (and hopefully you'll join and we'll all start a revolution!) want to stop people on Instagram (yes, thats us, you and everyone we know) using #foodporn.
We all know at least one person who photographs their food (hey, we do that too, that's not the issue!) and always hashtags food porn. Maybe its baking. Or breakfast. Or a before and after plate photo (we've seen them! Trust us, we know what happens to food. We don't need a photo of the aftermath). But all of this is most definitely not porn.
This is #foodporn
#porn makes us think 'how has this account not been blocked yet?'
Lesson over. As homework, please pop over to Adventures in Mediocrity to read Meghan's views on the subject, and IMPORTANT: Watch the video. All the way through. And imagine two of the people on your Instagram feed who always #foodporn as the two people in the video.
It's not pleasant, but nor is any shock therapy. Trust us, you'll never #foodporn again!
Join the #notfoodporn revolution today!!