This Honest LinkedIn User Is A National Hero
Scroll through social media, and you'll quickly be met by a barrage of posts trying to convince you of a false reality. You'll find people posting pictures of their trip to Italy from 3 years prior as if they're still there. The classic "hand on the steering wheel of mom's BMW" pic. Thirst traps by bitties assuring their followers that they are indeed, bad bitches. Neon signs in clubs with some quote about living today. Anything to convince others that they don't experience crippling anxiety when they're forced to sit with their own thoughts for more than an hour at a time. Yet, one social media platform seems to get a pass for all this fakeness — the social media for professionals: LinkedIn.
Sign in to LinkedIn, and you'll find more fake enthusiasm than a Playboy Bunny fucking a 90-year-old Hugh Hefner. Everyone is either incredibly excited to announce something, showing off the hard work of their kick-ass team, or sharing a life-changing article they just read on Entrepreneur.com.
After years of scrolling through cringeworthy fake posts, a hero has risen. This man has no superpowers or, really, any unique skills at all. He simply tells the truth. Introducing my new hero: Jason Karleiski.