Love it or hate it, cancel culture is all the rage at the moment (thanks to your collective fans on Twitter). And recently, people across the globe are sharing things that they think should be cancelled pretty asap. And while some of them are outrageously controversial, some of them I can seriously get around tbh.
Arguments aside, here are ten things that we 100% NEED to cancel immediately;
#1. Your Unused Gym Membership
— Evan Kirstel (@evankirstel) September 3, 2019
Stop lying to yourself – you’re not going tomorrow.
#2. iCloud Storage Reminders
#ThingsWeShouldCancel the irritating notice from Apple that I need more storage on I Cloud. I don’t need 1000 reminders of this.
— Marysays (@maryiz) September 3, 2019
I get it Apple, I have a lot of selfies on my camera roll.
#3. Christmas Decorations In September
Shops putting Christmas displays up in September #ThingsWeShouldCancel
— iGee (@GuyCalledGee) September 2, 2019
#4. Trump On Twitter
Trumps Twitter account. #ThingsWeShouldCancel
— Ratchet Attachment Disorder (@Rachels_Ratchet) September 2, 2019
Let’s not forget the whole ‘global warming was created by China’ incident.
— Headlines From the Future (@Headlines_From) September 4, 2019
No one actually enjoys eating kale. Ya’ll lying to yourselves.
— sana’s angie:( (@babyysana) September 3, 2019
Does anyone even watch it anymore? You need to stop if so.
— Clawofcat (@Clawofcat1) September 4, 2019
#8. My Credit Card
All of my wife’s credit cards
— Mickey Martini 🍸 (@MTopkat3852) September 3, 2019
I hear you, Mickey. Cancel mine too, while you’re at it.
#9. Not Having Dogs In The Workplace
— Lisa Champney (@ChampneyLisa) September 2, 2019
100% worth the distraction.
#10. All The Subscriptions
Those stupid memberships that that we forget we had because they’re only $5 a month…but never make use of them #ThingsWeShouldCancel
— 🆁🅴🅳🅳🆂 🅶🅷🅾🆂🆃 👀 (@ReddsGhost) September 2, 2019
Maybe it’s time to rethink the Stan, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Spotify, Apple Music,
Tinder Premium and Foxtel subscriptions. You probs need three max.
Image Sources: Twitter