There is a new emotional outbursting trend going around on Twitter. Hundreds of thousands of Twitter users, if not millions, are engaging in it daily. It is the trend of expecting and demanding others to follow you back on twitter, if you follow them. It is the trend of “Follow me back!” Almost no one realizes that it is a disease. Yet it happens every hour on Twitter.
Why do people expect you to follow them back on Twitter? Do people follow others on Twitter in order to be followed back? While a very large number of people actually cry and complain if they are not being followed back on Twitter, the trend of yelling “Follow me back!” remains a very obsessive one, showing the drama or emotional neediness in people’s lives. Such people are actually feeling the need to be given attention, the way they try to give others attention. Such people are actually very unstable, since their offline obsession with being followed back stems from their offline character.
So is the “Follow me back!” trend a good trend to increase networking? Or does “Follow me back!” trend create unnecessary drama? Today The Reasoner shall discuss with you the follow-me-back obsession trend that has rarely been discussed before in the online world.