Apparently it’s my fault people are dying. I figured it would be harmless to share a picture on Facebook:
So I shared it, and giggled a bit. I only know one actual Justin Bieber fan, and one secret closeted fan (my niece) and, if I’m honest, I have one of his songs on my ipod. “Baby.” I play it to annoy people in my car on occasion. Like I do with the nine versions of “Macarena” I possess and other gems like “In My Quiet Room.” Irritatingly catchy songs are fun. But now I’m getting way off track. Back to the story.
Grumpy cat didn’t even have the Beebs name spelled correctly. What harm could possibly come of sharing the picture? Besides, that cat is hilarious to me every time I see it. It’s probably because my Korean roommate laughs so hard at all things cats. She says she’s genetically predisposed to it. I don’t know. But her laughter makes me laugh.
But I’m not laughing anymore.
Because within minutes of sharing that picture… the following headline appeared:
So, I made a joke about not realizing she was a Bieber fan, and posted the link. No sooner had I done this, than this happened:
Grumpy cat’s powers are real. Or maybe it’s the power of Facebook sharing. That means I’m doomed for all the things I choose not to share!
I’m pretty much asking for cancer.
And I apparently don’t care about helping people get to one million likes.
And I don’t support gay marriage.
And I don’t support traditional marriage.
And I don’t love my father. Or my sisters. Or my cousins.
And I can expect six hundred million years of bad news instead of the greatest week of my life.
This has been a very eye-opening day for me. Beware the pics you share on FB. And the pics you don’t.
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