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Girl addicted to Instagram spotted speaking hash-tags in routine conversations

29, Aug 2017 By itsmihir1993

Parents of Sneha (24), a South Bombay girl, took her to a psychiatrist on Sunday after they found her speaking strange prefixes during their conversations. A thorough medical examination of Sneha revealed that she was addicted to Instagram and had started speaking hash-tags every time she conversed with someone in person.

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Sneha’s friends confirmed with us that she was heavily addicted to using Instagram. She would also apply multiple filters on her pictures before uploading them on Instagram. A friend of Sneha, who follows her on Instagram, said, “I am following 1424 handles on Instagram, but I miss out on all their posts because Sneha uploads a new selfie every five seconds and it occupies my news feed.”

Another friend who follows Sneha on Instagram revealed that she had a habit of using not less than 100 hash-tags for each of her selfies. A few of which she could recall before running out of breath were #InstaLike #like4like, #follow4follow, #f4f, #throwback, #MajorThrowback, #UltraMajorThrowback, #Missing, #MajorMissing, #SunKissed, #HatersKeepHating, #Pout, #Blogger, #Model, #ModelLife, #GiveNoDamn, #LilPwincess, #HellPwincess and #NeedNoBoyfriend.

Worried parents of Sneha confiscated her mobile phone but to no avail. “I snatched her mobile phone while she was trying to click a selfie but she said ‘#give4give’ on my face,” said the devastated mother. Sneha’s father also wrote to PM Modi to ban Instagram in India. “I have heard that his government is good at banning things. I hope he beings me Achhe Din,” said her hopeful father.

Sneha, after having her phone confiscated, was not in a state of speaking to us about the incident. After many efforts to make her speak, she mumbled, “#PhoneGone #Setb@ck #M@j0rSetback #sAd #PwincessHatezZDaddy #Mom4Lyf #LeaVeMehAl0nE,” after which we had to transfer the case to our team of investigative reporters to decode her hash-tags.