Getting my pictures taken, is one of an important therapy for me. I used to hate the camera so much, because it always pointed out my flaws.
Chubby cheeks, dark skins, big thighs, the flabby mommy tummy, and the list goes on and on. Every time I look at my pictures, I’m getting more and more disappointed about myself. And the people on the internet can be REALLY JUDGMENTAL AND RUDE.
One day, I read one of the comments on @ernestprakasa’s IG saying: “Orang cakep belum tentu istrinya cantik.” 😞😞😞 And I went like: Omygod that’s harsh! And really inconsiderate. But hey, that’s the thing about internet and social media. People can say anything bad to anyone they want and won’t feel sorry, because they are unreachable. Social media can bring the best of people, but also can point out the worst in some people too.
That’s why I’d like to give a nobel prize for anyone who came up with “BLOCK BUTTON”. ✊✊✊✊
Anyhoooo.. I should really thank that guy/girl who had written a harsh comment on my picture with Ernest. You have made me believe that I can be better and stronger. 💪😎👊 And I’m pretty sure that you have a pretty miserable life!!! Because your comment made you looked like a sad and lonely person! BURNNNN!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥#MamakKZL 😜
So, I’m trying not to hate the camera so much, because it’s only a tool. The camera doesn’t define YOU. The people on the internet don’t define YOU. Only YOU can define yourself, meaning only YOU is responsible for your HAPPINESS. The end. 💜