oversharer

oversharer

One who is apt to disclose too much personal information, typically that which is related to their personal life and which would makes the recipient uncomfortable or which the recipient would prefer not to know. I knew Jeremy was an oversharer, but I didn't expect him to tell the boss what the itch cream was for. Oh yes, Janet is an oversharer. Like, who cares that her fourth hamster died—she's just going to go out and get another one anyway!
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Professional oversharer Stacey Solomon confirmed she and boyfriend Joe Swash enjoy baths together - until, disgustingly, Joe uses the communal bath as a toilet.
Quality, not quantity While you may feel the urge to post numerous business-related pictures, there's nothing more off-putting than an oversharer. The key with Instagram is that it's about quality and not quantity.
"But I'm such an oversharer. Recently, I was puking before a Chanel show in Beijing; I ate fried rice or something that was not good.
The plethora of trivial details about brands and faschion reveals Gould as an "obsessive oversharer" (New York Times) of a blogger--and as the New York Times also noted, Amy may well be her autobiographical representative here.
You say you aren't an oversharer, but proceed to tell 7DAYS' entire readership about your personal problems with your mother-in-law.
"I BAD WEEK...Professional oversharer Stacey Solomon confirmed she and boyfriend Joe Swash enjoy baths together - until, disgustingly, Joe uses the communal bath as a toilet.
Ignore the Facebook oversharers who photograph every meal, every zipwire, and every bounce during the summer.
The title is the sort that makes you want to giggle knowingly, to shake your head at the oversharers, and to applaud the artist's social criticism.
A 21-year-old male bemoaned that he came from "a family of oversharers" and that even though he chose to share very little online, someone could learn a great deal from what his family said about him.
But across the country, employment lawsuits are popping up regarding what is said on the Internet, due to a culture of online 'oversharers'.