7 Instagrams We're Tired of Seeing

We all love sharing images and videos on Instagram, and sure, it can be fun to come across pictures of cats with mustaches every once in a while. But you know what isn't fun? Coming across the same content over and over again. Here are some trends that we're tired of seeing on Instagram.

1. #Selfies

 

Happy Birthday to the one & only @steph_shep! Working with you has inspired me & you've become family along the way!!!! Love you!!!!!

A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on

 

And the most tiring Instagram award goes to (dun dun dun) the selfie! No, really, we're sick of seeing people pucker up and make duck faces.

2. Throwback Thursday

 

#tbt xoxo

A photo posted by Amanda Bynes (@rlamandabynes) on

Aug 11, 2014 at 3:42am PDT

 

 

Listen up, folks: If there is a #tbt tag accompanying your Instagram, we expect it to be deep down from your memory lane, not something from six months ago.

3. Trying (really hard) to sound deep with naturegrams

Just to be clear, just because you have nature in the background does not automatically make your caption deep.

4. Instas of every meal you eat

 

Oh are we making pizzas for lunch on Thanksgiving? UH YEAH WE ARE.

A photo posted by @azizansari on

 

Really, we don't need to know what you're eating for every meal. Also, maybe you should put your phone down and actually eat.

5. Baby pictures

 

ACE!!!

A photo posted by Jessica Simpson (@jessicasimpson) on

 

At first it was adorable. Then it was kinda cute. Now it's time to stop. Enough. We're seen too many pictures of your baby. Really, it's like watching Boyhood and being aware of every stage of your child's growth.

6. Man Crush Mondays

Man Crush Mondays are about... well, man crushing. This does not include posting a picture of your boyfriend every. Single. Monday. Period.

7. Virtual display of (too much) affection


"You're my favorite person in the entire world!" "I love you to the moon and back!" "[insert too many hearts]"

 

Yes, it's adorable that you have a partner. But we really don't need to live your love story with you.