Are you losing touch with one of your good friends because they’ve become addicted to Pinterest?
Here are ways you can tell:
1. They collect Mason jars and keep extras on hand in case a hipster wedding comes up.
2. They gift you scratchy burlap clothes and expect you to wear them.
3. Every recipe they make includes some form of pumpkin.
If your friend falls under one or all of these categories, you might want to consider hosting an intervention — or rather, Pintervention. At first they might think you’re all gathered for a knitting circle but just express your feelings to the best of your ability. This is a judgement free space.
Amanda needed a little help battling her Pinterest addiction so her friends and family decided to help her out with Pintervention. Can you relate?
Watch it here
It started off innocent at first. You heard it on your shower radio and started to bop your head along with the beat. Then you memorized the chorus and sang along to it in the car, rolling down all your windows. All of a sudden, “Call Me Maybe” was stuck in your head 24/7 and the lyrics become more than a cute story — they were an affirmation.
Your friends and family started to get worried when you began rip ingyour denim jeans to show your skin. Eventually your boss fired you for your refusal to use standard business cards. The only option left was for your friends to hold an intervention.
Written by Eric Slatken, this PSA showcases the dangers of addiction to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.” Get some help people.