Gluttony: Tweeting or posting pictures of your food
Look, we all know where the sushi restaurant is located and what it serves. They have a website, and the menu is already made up of pictures. Hello, redundancy!
Greed: Getting the latest iDevice, even though you already have a perfectly working older version
Does Angry Birds really run that much more quickly on the 5s? Come on now, be honest.
Sloth: Refusing to call someone and instead sending twenty texts to agree to something
An honest to God sentence needs both a subject and a verb! And if you’re really pushing the limits… a direct object!
Wrath: Anonymous ranting in the comments section
We all have an inner troll. Inner trolls are like butts. Everyone has one, but you don’t need to be displaying it in public… Just saying.
Lust: Spending way too much time checking your celebrity crush’s Instagram profile
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014
Let’s just be honest, Jennifer Lawrence/Brad Pitt/Bradley Cooper… or Meryl Streep is never going to show up at your door and if he/she does, we’re pretty sure the first topic of conversation won’t be Instagram.
Envy: Coveting your neighbor’s Facebook likes and Twitter followers
You know you’ve done it. Don’t lie! You check the mutual friends against wall posts and think, “Wait, I work with him too! Why isn’t he my friend?” Then you come up with a lame reason to send your target a FB message… and the downward spiral begins!
Pride: Humble brags, such as “Couldn’t run today! My calves are killing me from all the marathon training.”
Well aren’t you special… training for a real marathon?!?! Let it be known that we are planning a Game of Thrones-watching, Cheetos-eating marathon. So there!