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Woman asks if she was wrong to call out ex-classmate for posting 'hypocritical' meme.

Woman asks if she was wrong to call out ex-classmate for posting 'hypocritical' meme.

Sometimes it's easy to forget that everyone's social media presence is a best-of reel of life's shiniest, prettiest moments presented through a fun filter...

While some Instagram influencers have worked hard to tear down the mysterious barriers of photo editing and camera tricks by posting before and after photos with no makeup or touch-ups, most people don't post stories or photos where they're looking their worst, or going through a particularly rough patch in life.

Social media lets people present themselves as their ideal selves, and sometimes it's difficult to resist the urge to comment something gloriously petty when you notice the hypocrisy of someone's posts versus their real-life behavior. That beautiful golden retriever puppy you just "found" and "decided to rescue" is looking a lot like a $3000 show dog, Ashley. That "COVID safe" vacation with twenty of your friends at a ski lodge with no masks and body shots of jello vodka in the middle of a pandemic? We see you, Bradley...

So, when a recent Reddit user decided to consult the internet's moral compass of Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about a choice to call out a friend's social media hypocrisy, people were ready to deem a verdict.

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