Asian Girls, Facebook & Food



Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures? What? Let me explain. Anyone who has ever spent any amount of time on a large social media network like Facebook, will undoubtedly witness a peculiar oddity of social behavior. One that is predominantly common among Asian girls or women who frequent online social media sites such as Facebook. I am of course referring to the rather odd custom of posting and the subsequent sharing of images that vividly display food in a grandiose manner.

In this particular image, my wall is bombarded with a montage of various exquisite looking Chinese dishes. I really do feel like I am browsing through the local menu choices at some quaint Chinese bistro on Bayard street.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

It would seem the choice in food is not even culturally a factor as in this case, an Asian girl is posting a picture of some Spanish culinary delicacy. Hence, it must be more a socially learned etiquette or perhaps simply wanting to appear carefree, fun-loving even communal while at the same time physically devoid of real contact among real as opposed to virtual friends. I find it rather strange. I guess this can be stimulating in a non-cerebral primal sense: hungry, food, feed me kind of way.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Unfortunately not all the postings by these Asian girls look delectable. In fact, this one looks rather disgusting and inedible. She claims it is dessert but it looks more like something the indigenous obese folk at some all you can eat in Southwest Florida would eat. I really do not see this as indicative of the normal diet of a petite sexy Thai female.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Now that’s more like it. Same girl but this dish now reflects what is considered typical healthy Thai in terms of traditional offerings. However, this image was posted along with that disgusting hot dog bread and vanilla ice cream monstrosity. So…. lunch good, dessert no good – but like Thai girls say, up to you.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Wow! This girl has a whole banquet planned. Eat your heart out all you starving Facebook peons. This gal is gonna eat and will show you what you are missing. This actually looks good too, bottled water and all. Very healthy indeed.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Just in case you forgot you are online. It can happen you know. Drooling at all those scrumptious and mouth watering images of exotic and semi-healthy foods. This girl was smart. She actually managed to include her computer to remind you, along with the ever prevalent full course meal. Now you are back in your proper place – online looking at sexy Asian girls posting pictures of food. 10 likes even verified her creativity and ingenuity.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Not hungry? No problem, drinks are also included in our virtual foodstuff montage.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

Maybe the first pink concoction was not to your linking. Not an issue because this virtual bar comes well stocked. Although this one looks almost done. However, notice once again food is strategically placed in the background. In case, you forgot of course.

Facebook Asian Girls and Food Pictures

The following was a clip I edited from some random Chinese movie. It is a simple but extensive scene featuring two Asian girls standing nonchalantly, outside waiting for a friend. What makes this scene unique and humorous is what naturally follows. In essence, the seemingly innocent progression to act in a carefree, jovial and almost wanton manner is obviously extended to online social interaction. This attitude is also collectively shared. As depicted in the movie clip and by the communal sharing of similarly themed pictures in an online forum. This would explain the unending predilection for irrelevancy (pictures of food) and the simple minded almost primordial focus on the basest of needs (eating).



In the end, this is all just really an extension of the Panem et Circensus mentality socially engineered for decades in society. The medium has changed as technology has impacted how we communicate as a species. However, what we choose to communicate and prioritize has obviously remained to a large extent. It would seem for a vast majority of the population, the medium of choice has just becomes another vehicle for the continued perpetuation of our collective dumbing down process. Instead of pertinent topics we enlighten ourselves with using our new-found expansive technologies, many will simply waste the opportunity, concentrating instead on the continued idiocy that only impacts their immediate lives and personal concerns.