I got my nails done as a treat for myself on Saturday after a semi-hectic week at work, and it actually made me giggle how having nude pink nails made me feel like a 'real' blogger, despite not really being able to even type with them.
It got me thinking about what other blogging stereotypes there is, something I first touched on in my 'I drank coffee, am I a real blogger yet?' post wayyyyy back in March, so I came up with this post poking fun at all the blogger stereotypes out there.
HOW TO BE THE PERFECT BLOGGER
Post EVERY DAY
Live an Instagrammable Life
Look Like a Blogger
If you're not petite and pretty with a nose piercing and quirky flower tattoo, THEN WHY ARE YOU EVEN READING THIS? Go away, get a manicure, and come back when you look like a cross between Amanda Seyfriend and Ellie Goulding, you'll suddenly realise just how much more popular you'll become!
Thou shalt drink Starbucks
Always. You can't be a proper blogger without a Pumpkin Spiced Latte in one hand and a Strawberry Frappuccino in the other, it's practically illegal. Being constantly hopped up on caffeine also means you'll maintain the bubbly, happy blogger demeanour that we can't allow to slip, it's a win-win.
Speak in acronyms
Knowing your LOL from your BRB just isn't good enough anymore. Being a blogger, the phrase "OMG that is totes amaze" should be as frequently in your speech as the word "sponsorship". How do you expect to be cool and relatable on social media if you talk like an old granny?
Chanel perfume? Check. MAC makeup? Check. Rose gold Michael Kors watch? Double check. You simply can't be a blogger unless you constantly buy the best of the best, absolutely no exceptions. Basically, don't try to be a blogger if you don't have a sugar daddy funding you, LOL SOZ BABE.
Had a good giggle?
What other stereotypical things contribute to the perfect blogger?