We all overshare on social media. Technically, that's the whole point of social media. Nobody really needs to know what we're thinking about or feeling every ten minutes or to see a photo of the avocado toast we had at brunch. But we share anyway. Because everyone else is doing it, and those "likes" do feel good. But some people take social media oversharing to another level entirely. We all know people like this—and we all know way more about them than we ever wanted to. And yet, we aren't about to hit that unfollow button. Because while social media overshares may be cringey and awkward, they're also highly-entertaining. Netflix true crime documentaries can't compete with a distant acquaintance publicly detailing her recent divorce on Facebook.
Someone asked Reddit: "What's the worst example of oversharing on social media that you've ever seen?"