This Girl Made A Heartwarming Birthday Publish On Instagram For Her Grandma Who’s Useless And Would not Give A Shit
Social media posts are often pointless and unnecessary, but here’s a story about a post that takes pointless and unnecessary to a whole new level: This woman made a heartwarming birthday post on Instagram for her dead granny who doesn’t give a shit.
Damn it, that’s stupid as hell. What’s in it for anyone?
Annabelle Visconti of San Francisco, California just posted a four-paragraph Instagram post in honor of her late grandmother on her 94th birthday, despite the fact that her grandmother Elena is dead and can’t see the post on the bill of not being alive. Annabelle spent a full thirty minutes writing the post about her grandma’s idiosyncratic nature and loving presence, addressed to her grandma in the second person, as if the woman is actively following her on social media rather than being underground on one Decomposing graveyard on the highway. Even if Annabelle’s grandma looks down on her from the sky, she’s probably more focused on Annabelle’s cousin’s addiction struggle than on this Instagram post calling her a “Kickass, Take-No-Shit-Lady,” a sentence she said Means essentially nothing since she was an Italian immigrant with only a basic knowledge of English and no interest in social media, and also because she is currently a ghoul with no internet access.
In life, Annabelle’s grandma was primarily concerned with cooking and gardening, not the random bullshit Annabelle posted online, and she absolutely doesn’t care now that she’s literally a bunch of moldy organic matter slowly being devoured by worms becomes. Annabelle’s Instagram post may have gotten 150 likes from her friends, but her grandma certainly isn’t one of them, so the fact that the post is directed at her is idiotic and, frankly, a little off the rails – like she was basically hanging out with talking to an imaginary friend Here. Several people who have never met Annabelle’s grandma commented that she would certainly be proud to read what Annabelle wrote, but basically there is no chance that this is true. At best, the old bat said, “Oh, thank you, honey” and looked kind of confused, then quickly switched the subject to Annabelle, who was about to get married. But of course Annabelle’s grandma isn’t really going to read the post, as she died of heart failure six months ago and no longer has the functioning eyes or brain activity necessary to look at a silly carousel of pictures of herself from the 1960s .
God what a waste of time.
Not to be rude Annabelle, but it’s hard to understand what a mind-boggling thought process you went through to convince yourself that this was a good idea. Your grandma doesn’t need or want an Instagram birthday homage as she’s a ghoul again. Next time maybe save your energy and make a birthday post for one of your friends who actually has an Instagram account and is not old and dead because they would probably appreciate it a lot more.