I was walking to the store last week when I saw something shiny in the middle of the street. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw that it was a crisp $2 bill!
This was a great find as I had never been a lucky one to find a note on the street before, so I quickly pocketed it and continued on my way.
But then I got an idea. I decided to take a picture of the $2 bill and post it on social media. I wanted to show off my new Rolex watch that I had recently bought, so I arranged the shot so that the $2 bill was below and my Rolex watch was placed on top of it.
I posted this picture with the caption “Look what I just found on the street! #blessed”.
My post was a hit! It got dozens of likes and comments from my friends and family.
Most of the comments ignored the $2 which I found and fixated on my Rolex watch.
They mostly commented on my Rolex watch, saying that it was a pretty timepiece and that I am lucky that I am able to get it as it is hard to get your hands on one now.
I felt super happy with all the comments and likes that I had received on my Rolex.
However, there were also a few people who caught me trying to do a mini flex of my Rolex watch.
They commented saying that I could have just do away with the $2 and just flex my Rolex watch by posting a solo picture of it.
Some even replied my post with photos of 6-7 Rolex watches telling me to grow up and not flaunt it subtly.
But whatever it is, it is my Rolex watch and my right to post whatever I want on my social media account so who are all these jealous people to comment.