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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SPEEDINGCARS
55.6% of speedingcars's followers are female and 44.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 9.60%. The average number of likes per post is 445 and the average number of comments is 2.
Speedingcars loves posting about Fashion, Writers.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SPEEDINGCARS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SPEEDINGCARS
- Beauty & Fashion 99.06 %
- Fitness & Yoga 63.04 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 52.20 %
The most peaceful week off the grid and on the rothar, albeit with some questionable route planning [ref: picture 5, a mountain.] . . #solitudeisbliss
Ahh you’d miss them tbf
Weekends for the soul 💙
Grapes at ease. Nicole Owens. 2020 . . #invitemetodinnerparties
Pretending to read, actually waiting for Betty in the garden on repeat
Pathetic attempt by Simon and his new plant to challenge my horticultural dominance. . . #monsterababy
The undisputed best boy x
Remembering 5 years ago makes me cry. Most of them are happy tears, the moment of realisation that Ireland was going to say yes, dancing outside Pantibar, random cars beeping congratulations, how many people there were everywhere and how happy they were. I remember looking at the #HomeToVote tweets flooding in, the pictures of packed trains and ferries and airports and being so proud to be Irish, so full of pride that a nation as far flung as ours had mobilised like this, that those whose right to marriage and love was already enshrined in law realised how important it was that ours was too. Because in that moment it wasn’t us and them, it was us all. All 1,201,607 of us. But like so many of the people upon whom this referendum had personal implications, this time also swirls up a complex mess of emotions. Feeling like I didn’t do as much as I should have because I was scared. The memory of walking down the street and seeing signs telling me that my love wasn’t equal, that any family I had in the future would not be a real family, watching debates where people who identified like me had to listen to other people telling them that they were not equal, the necessity that this viewpoint got equal coverage when it was so obviously fucking wrong and cruel and harmful to so many people. The attacks on the family that came with this, dragging children in and suggesting that these children would be lacking something as a result of being raised in ‘flawed’ families, eating into buried fears of being different, being less, not deserving. Then I remember the gruff old men saying yes cause sure why should they stop anyone getting married, the sea of YES badges on the Dart, people voting for people they knew and people voting for people they had never met, every constituency in the country challenging stereotypes about a backwards rural Ireland (Roscommon/South Leitrim say nothing), the feeling that all over the country there were young people struggling with their identity who were being told that they were accepted and that they were loved. It was about so much more than marriage. Then I remember that 5 years ago was the day when Home truly became Home ❤️
Dumb and dumber go to the beach
Yesterday I took a day off to cycle, swim and read in the garden, gently roasting my face to a shade resembling a cherry tomato in the process 🍅. I also had a little cry cause I miss hugging people who aren’t my immediate family. Feeling much better today, would recommend. Disclaimer: This photo was quite clearly not taken yesterday.
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