Something concerned me.
Since I opened my Instagram account, I get about 20 'reach' per post in average. It's normal as I don't wanna link my Instagram to my Facebook or emails, FB is really for people I knew in person, family or old school mates. But Instagram is my open diary, a place I can write my true feeling (I never posted my real name n personal info). Yet since this summer holiday I posted photos of my broken foot and the plaster cast, the average "views" per post suddenly raise from 20 to 250, and I start receiving messages from strangers asking to see my cast. Um... I don't know what happened.
A friend of mine told me there's people like to collect dead people's body parts, so not hard to imagine there's also people like to watch plaster cast photos.
This reminds me an accident I had in this summer, while I was still with my hard bulky blue cast and have to walk with the sticks. A day when I was waiting for the traffic light, a male driver looked at my broken leg and crashed with another car. To avoid being caught, that driver turned to direction to escape and then he hit by another truck which full of petroleum inside. I was nearly killed in this car accident as all happened just right in front of me not more than 10cm away, and I CANNOT RUN with my cast! When the police came, I overheard the conversation from that male driver. He claimed that everything was my fault, my shorts are way too short!! 🤐
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