There’s a meme explaining how social media works, mostly with donuts. Let’s try expanding this simple analogy. I feel as though I should include a social media post; because even though this has absolutely nothing to do with fiction or writing, we are all in some way defined by our online presence.
Youtube – I got internet famous by doing a donut challenge.
Whisper – I have a fetish for donuts in the bedroom.
Instagram – Here is a picture of my tequila doused platinum coated donut.
Snapchat – Here is a krispy kreme sponsored lens.
Facebook – This donut is delicious and I feel great about eating it. I like donuts.
Twitter – @KrispyKreme I’m not happy with my donut.
Pinterest – here are some inspirational donut recipes I pinned
Reddit – what’s the weirdest thing you have ever done with a donut?
Vine – Haha, look at this clip of a guy with a donut stuck to his face!
WordPress – This is my blog about donuts
Tumblr – I believe in social justice for demigender, asexual, black donuts trapped in white bodies who are Pagan. I also think the government is lying to us.
LinkedIn – My work experience is being a cashier at Dunkin’ Donuts.
Tinder – I’m a skinny latte, you’re a donut. We’re a great match, we complement each other.
Foursquare – This is where I buy my donuts from
Google+ – I’m in a community where everyone talks about donuts.
if you think there’s a platform I have missed, just comment below.