Uncomfortably Pregnant Millenial Says The Instagram Post Will Be Worth It

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Uncomfortably Pregnant Millenial Says The Instagram Post Will Be Worth It

 

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Pregnant Betoota woman, Danielle Brown has a lot to look forward to in the next few months. However, not least her highest-performing Instagram photo of all time, which should be due in about four months.

“I’ve limited myself to a few nesting photos, baby clothes, that kind of stuff,” she says

“I haven’t even dropped a photo of the ultrasound. I’m waiting for the big hitter. The 200-liker,”

The ‘big-hitter’ that Danielle talks of is the standard post-birth-cradling-photo of her with her newborn child.

“I don’t even know if I want Jase [husband] in it. It’s kind of been something I’ve been looking forward to while he’s been at work,”

Danielle now has the painstaking task of making sure she doesn’t jump the gun.

“No one knows the gender yet, except the people I speak to in real life – and there’s only about 30 or 40 of them,”

“I just want to play this right. One of my friends from school managed to rack up 150 likes on a photo of her with her recently deceased grandpa. I plan on knocking her off with ease.”

 

One Response to "Uncomfortably Pregnant Millenial Says The Instagram Post Will Be Worth It"

  1. Pudenda Non Grata   November 5, 2016 at 10:47 pm

    “……The ‘big-hitter’ that Danielle talks of is the standard post-birth-cradling-photo of her with her newborn child……..”

    Wrong!
    If this Millennial Wannabe wants a ‘big-hitter’ she’ll need a decidedly non-standard post-birth-afterbirth-cradling-photo instead. Nothin’ says lovin’ like a tenderly cradled bowl of placental expulsion.

    Innit?

    Reply

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