A bizarre but funny #DearMeTenYearsAgo challenge has just hit the social media. According to the trend people are posting tweets advising themselves from ten years ago the do’s and don’ts about life. The thing people are advising themselves is funny but absurd at the same time.
As Expected the Reactions to #DearMeTenYearsAgoTrend Are Funny.
In our lives, there are certain things that we always want to change but we can’t because those thing or events are a part of the past. But, if we get a chance what would we tell ourselves from ten years ago to do differently. So here’s are some #DearMeTenYearsAgo advises worth looking at.
The trend seems just an extension of the 10 years old challenge that overwhelmed folks on social media a few months back.
People while referring to themselves ten years ago told themselves not to marry their current or ex-spouse because of the troubling issues they had to put up with.
Just Relax and Enjoy Life
While others advised themselves from ten years ago to just relax and enjoy life one step at a time because problems are a part of life, they will come and go all the time
When we are young and youthful, there are some things we are hell-bent on achieving not realizing the possible harm it may cause to us. So some people advised themselves from ten years ago not to do something stupid they did.
While Others Advised Themselves to Become Foreign Citizens
Trend also saw some pearls of wisdom coming in form of the advice.
Those who didn’t have anything to say or advise themselves just gave themselves a holler
There were those who told their 10 years old self not to lose hope in life as it could be unpredictable at times and apologized in advance for all the stupid things they might have faced.
Some Advice on Financial Front
The trend saw an increasing confidence in tech stocks as well. It seems that people have now pretty much idea how much brighter is the future of IT and social media firms. Therefore, folks who once had the chance of investing in Facebook and other major social media platforms but didn’t, advised themselves to invest blindly in them.