The masterminds behind Googly Gooeys recently released an insightful comic entitled 'Social Networking Addicts and Zombies.' Falling effortlessly into the 'funny because its true' camp of comedy, this vibrant comic lists five hilarious similarities between Twitter-happy texters and the brain matter-munching undead.
In the last few decades, many social aspects of everyday life have gone digital and acceptable means of communication have drastically changed. These technological advancements have given rise to a new brand of human being: the social media junkie. The Googly Gooeys have certainly captured the habits this strange breed of social animal to a tee and aptly compared their habits to that of the decomposing horror film favorites. If you or someone you know carries out overly meaningful relationships with Facebook and Twitter accounts, then this comic is sure to induce a few knowing nods and an excessive amount of giggling.
A knee-slapper for sure, the Googly Gooeys once again have created a hilarious piece of insightful social commentary.
The Googly Gooeys Compare Zombies With Social Networking Addicts
1. Digitally-addicted Society - With increasing reliance on digital communication and social media, companies can capitalize on developing tools for managing technology addiction and promoting mental health
2. Social Media and Mental Health - As more research uncovers the detrimental effects of social media addiction and overuse on mental health, there is an opportunity for businesses to create tools and services geared towards improving the mental well-being of social media users.
3. Humorous Social Media Commentary - Creating humor and relatable content that reflects on the pitfalls of social media addiction can be a way for companies to engage consumers while also encouraging them to reevaluate their relationship with technology.
1. Mental Health and Wellness - Developing digital tools and services for promoting mental health and combating technology addiction
2. Social Media Platforms - Creating features that promote mindfulness and a healthy balance of digital and in-person connections can help promote mental health and combat social media addiction.
3. Comedy and Satire - Brands and social media influencers can utilize humor and satire to create engaging content that sheds light on the issues of social media addiction and encourages healthier usage habits.