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Every social media account involves a process of trial and error. Think back to your first tweet of “Hi” or “Does this work?” or some variation. But while most Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter users get to explore new hidden features in private, famous people get to screw up in front of millions of fans.
Rogen sounds like the frustrated dad inside all of us, asking questions like “who the hell sees this?” He calls questions “tweets” (which is a completely different social platform) and makes desperate requests like “fuck, please help me.”
Rogen finally got the hang of the new Instagram feature a short while later and fielded queries like “what’s your biggest achievement?”
“Figuring this shit out! That’s my biggest achievement,” Rogen exclaimed.
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Need more help? Here’s how to repost on Instagram, how to post longer videos to Instagram, the easy way to save Instagram videos, and the simple way to add music to your Instagram videos. You can also download full-resolution Instagram photos.
If you’re looking to spice things up, here are some tips for Instagram flirting and how to find porn on Instagram (and instructions on how to clear your search history). If you’re feeling petty, here’s how to tell if someone blocked you on Instagram and see all of the people who unfollowed you. You can also disconnect Facebook from Instagram or unblock someone. For more tips, see our ultimate beginner’s guide to Instagram.
Chris Illuminati is an author and reporter whose work for the Daily Dot focuses on meme culture. His work has been published in Rolling Stone, FanSided, BroBible, Penthouse, and AskMen.