Tumblr friends, please keep in mind that most of us here are 15 to 20 years old. Even if you’re 25 and married, you’re still a kid. That’s how the news would describe you if you ended up there. I’ve barely just turned 30 and my mom still thinks I’m a baby. That’s the straight-up truth; let’s not deny that.
So if you’re asking for Life-Altering Advice or seeking the Answers to the Universe through an Ask Box, please consider that even the wisest-sounding person on Tumblr doesn’t know everything. Most of us have hardly been through much of anything.
I would actually propose that most “advice” here is just flowery, modified, spur-of-the-moment, this-is-what-I-would-do fluff that the blogger hardly even follows, and would not work in the gritty reality of an upside-down life. Most bloggers here don’t care about your well-being, but care about getting reblogs and followers and a fanclub.
This isn’t to take away from some wonderful, awesome blogs out there. But use caution. Don’t be intimidated by some high-dollar vocabulary and think, “This blogger knows the way, so I better ask him or I’m getting it wrong.”
I love you guys. Think critically.