Opinion -tag by Mas Gde(my teacher)

“Do you think social media like Facebook and Twitter has made us spill much of our private life? Is it good thing? Give your argument.” -Mas Gde

Yes, it does spill MUCH of things. And it is not a good thing. Naturally as a human being, sometimes I feel like I want to be known by other people in the way I tweet something that sometimes considered as a “private” thing. In my opinion, human beings have a personality where they want to be famous about something. In this case sometimes a person do tweet something which is overly by saying what we don’t want to know, and unnecessary. In terms of money, or some other fancy things that is unnecessary to tweet about.  This is bad. When you tweet or post something on your facebook and it contain expensive kind of thing or talking about how much money you have on your pocket, you’ll be a “wanted” kind of person by a criminals out there. You have a lot of friends that sometimes you don’t know who they really are, and who knows that he or she is a dangerous people? Not just about money, but also your “image” can be destroyed by your own words. Somehow the sentence “think before you tweet” is a good sentence that we need to keep in mind. Once you tweet a bad phrase, or bad things that you’ve done, everyone knows. So please don’t tweet “I’m cheating on my girlfriend” when you are about doing cheating with any other girls. I mean is that, sometimes when you put “the bad word” inside your tweet, people have another image of yourself, and this is not a good thing. I tweet a lot, and sometimes I need to delete my sentence about 10times before I decide to post my tweet. But again, as a human being, me, as a human being also, I am not perfect and sometimes, actually many times, I did this “bad words” post, but hey, people said that is the use of social media. But still, I prefer we don’t have any of social media as easy as tweeter and facebook because it encourages me to write a lot of unnecessary things.


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