IT’S currently normal to claim you’ve got an addiction when really it’s just something you like doing. See if you are suffering from any of these bullshit addictions.
Social media addiction
A tragic addiction, in the sense that you’re constantly refreshing Facebook to see if you’ve got ‘likes’ for your tedious holiday photos. Friends and family will ‘like’ them anyway, even if they hate your pictures and you.
High-quality drama addiction
Who wouldn’t want to see ‘just one more’ episode of the latest hit Netflix show? However the worst outcome of this ‘addiction’ will be staying up till 3am and feeling really tired in the morning, not cooking up some heroin and planning a busy day of shoplifting.
Favoured by square people, this is probably the shittest pretend addiction ever. If you can say without irony that you “just can’t function without a double espresso” you should have your arms and legs chopped off to give you a sense of perspective.
It’s easy to get hooked on finding out if your hair looks any different from 30 seconds ago. However this addiction can be cured without months of rehab by realising you basically look the same even after you’ve paid £120 for a haircut.
A genuine addiction that involves sucking people into stupid melodramas and problems, according to psychologists. However a radical new therapy is available, known as ‘Just ignore them’.