We're all guilty of following or being one of these types of Instagram people.
Whether you love it or hate it- these are 8 Instagrams that need to be unfollowed immediately.
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1. The Rick Owens Decedent
Their profile is a shrine to themselves loaded with pictures of them at the Hoxton, leaning up against walls looking slightly angry in black clothes. No one loves them more than they themselves. Seriously...no one.
2. Attention-Seeker in the 6ix, Who's Secretly From the GTA
She believes she's deep and edgy while posting obvious cleavage shots with captions more philosophical than U of T students. There's usually that one guy in the comments who points out her boobs but she'll pretend she never read it.
3. That Person You Went to High School With
It was usually posts of them at parties, holding bongs and sitting around with a joint in hand, but after a long period of being inactive, their account has recently been taken over by their new baby doing "amazing" things...and now that's all it will ever be.
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4.The U of T student with Three Undergrads
He'll post all kinds of inspirational and deep quotes because he understands the human condition with more insight than anyone else.
5. The Girl Who Loves Nuit Blanche and Lives in Rosedale
She trys harder than anyone else for her page to be chic and cool. It's mostly comprised of vacation shots, her and the girls with duck face from ever angle and oh yeah, all her likes and followers are the party gang from high school but shhh no one is suppose to know.
6. An OCAD Photographer
They'll take photos that seem deep and meaningful but serve no real purpose. You'll keep waiting for a post that's worthwhile but your hopes are already too high.
7. The Yorkville Fashion Blogger
She solely takes shots of her breakfasts, wrists, neck and legs- mostly, but not always, with a Starbucks. The occasionally "design-y" picture because y'know, she's artsy too.
8.The Bro Who Studied Police Foundations and Hit on You at UNIUN
An overwhelming amount of food pictures, better known as "gains", accompanied by gym shots from later that day- and then the cycle begins again.