I'm sure you're a good person, but you're making everyone feel awful with the pictures you share. Why? Because your Instagram images have become an enormous swinging middle finger to all of your friends. We need to fix this. You need to stop.
Instagram isn't designed to do anything more than share pictures—usually altered to look like they fell out of the glovebox of a rusted sedan—with friends. Or strangers. It's up to you. What you snap is also entirely up to you. Facebook, on the other hand, has an obvious emphasis on sharing tagged photos with people you know, so that you can all look back on the stuff you did together and smile a little. Or weep.
But something's changing on Instagram. It's becoming less about artsy pics of hubcaps and more about showing off. Call it the Rich Kids of Instagram Trickle Down Effect. Now, even us Poor or Otherwise Demographically Insignificant Kids of Instagram know we have a captive audience. Our egos are breaking loose, wanting nothing more than to boast via JPEG. Look at my beautiful vacation. Look at my awesome boyfriend doing this thing. Look at my giant TV. Look how close I am to Kanye West. Look at this party.