When you woke up this morning and saw yourself in the mirror, you probably thought to yourself "Oh my god, I'm hideous." And most mornings you would probably be right.
Your breath stinks, your hair is a mess, you literally have boogers in the corners of your eyeballs, and your posture is horrible. You're trying to stand straight up, but you struggle to because you're tired and too busy asking yourself "Why the fuck am I awake right now?"
There's a lot to hate about yourself in the morning, and that's ok. It's not your best moment of the day.
You see it all the time. People are literally stealing other people's pictures off of their social media and using it to catfish somebody. Whether it's because they're mean, conniving, and just plain weirdos, they picked your pictures for a reason.
They saw your pictures and thought to themselves, "If I pretend to be this person, someone will like me." And oddly, a lot of the time it works.
And in a lot of cases, who do you feel worse for? The person doing the catfishing, or the person being catfished? Because it's one thing to get fooled, but to pretend to be another person, that's just creepy. You gotta have some serious issues to waste your time doing that.
Go look at your Instagram right now. You have at least three pictures someone can create a profile with and get like 300 followers instantly.
Anyway, you're fine as fuck. And some creep out there thinks so.
Some creep thinks you're the perfect person to start a fake profile as so that they can get some love.
So after you brush your teeth, do your hair, and wash your face, look in the mirror and tell yourself "I'm cute enough to be a catfish."
Practice your angles and make sure you look good, because you never know who might want to borrow your pictures someday.