Facebook’s Algorithm Will Choose Your Life’s Direction
So you’re not religious , but you need some guidance.
You’re not depressed, but adjusting to the reality that you’re living the last year of your mid-twenties and you’re not sure where to go from here.
After years of standardized tests, you’re having difficulty with the freedom to choose what to focus on next.
Luckily Facebook’s algorithm will fill your feed with your next “project”.
Some turn to eating right and working out, but will eventually come to terms with the fact that an endless bulking cycle is more their style.
Some will start seeing a lot of weddings. They’ll notice that they’re not as depressed when they see friends get married. A strange, “good for them” mood falls over. Until, people younger start getting married. The blind rage of youths in love will motivate you to not find the love of your life, but just someone to eat dinner with on a consistent basis.
Others will notice that everyone in their feed is graduating with law degrees or partway through med school. They’ll begin to ponder whether or grad school is the right choice.
You may subconsciously feel the need to go on a trip. You won’t get to know yourself better, but you will shamelessly take selfies where your older friends took them last year. You couldn’t afford it last year, but you have a higher credit limit this year.
Not in your mid-twenties? Don’t worry, The algorithm is always improving.