You're Doing it Wrong: The Complete List
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You're wearing your pants wrong.
OMG I AM DOING SO MANY THINGS WRONG!!
Paella. I'm sorry.
Spelling it, making it, or eating it?
Praying about it. I was doing it wrong.
You were... Praying about paella?
Because I was doing it wrong. But my prayers were wrong, too.
If your prayers were wrong I don't wanna be right!
Hahaha!!! <-- Wrong.
Did you know there's a Green Bay Packer rookie whose first name is Ha Ha?
NO! Is he one of your fantasies? Did I say that wrong?
You said it right but my fantasy league only has offensive players and Ha Ha is on defense.
No, really, I'm doing so many things wrong.
Then you might want to get off the Internet. Because the Internet does not agree with your sparkly sense of optimism. The Internet—with all due no offenses and sorry, buts—does not think you are on top of your game. Your capacity to work? To love? To live your life? You may not have asked for the Internet's opinion on these matters, but it will tell you anyway: It thinks you are Doing It Wrong.
Well, not the Internet (if, when it comes to precision, we are Doing It Right). The people who are employed to write things for the Internet. "You're doing it wrong" has become a common headline cliche, a sassier, snarkier version of "8 Questions You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask" and "You'll Never Believe What Happened Next." Here, according to the Internet/journalism/your fellow humans, is an incomplete list of all the things you—yes, you—have recently been doing wrong: