We’d introduce you to Socality Barbie, but you probably already know her. Or someone like her, at least.

Socality Barbie is “#BLESSED.”

She knows that “holding your ice cream up to a wall turns it into art.”

She is dedicated to living a life of adventure.

Her name is in reference to the Socality community, which is a movement “where people can find community and work together in the common goals of social impact, community development, and working out their faith,” per (For the record, Socality Barbie is in no way affiliated with the actual Socality movement, according to a statement from their website.)

She aims to be real and unique and authentic and humble.

…Except she is none of those things, and that is the beauty of her (satirizing) Instagram account.

Wired reports that the creator of the Socality Barbie account is a wedding photographer in Portland, Oregon, who asked to remain anonymous in order to maintain Socality Barbie’s authenticity.

“People were all taking the same pictures in the same places and using the same captions,” the photographer told Wired.

“I couldn’t tell any of their pictures apart so I thought, ‘What better way to make my point than with a mass-produced doll?’”

The photographer explained to BuzzFeed that she made the account to demonstrate how “ridiculous social media has become.”

She told the site:

“I’ve sat in coffee shops and watched people set their coffee on the floor while they stand on a chair just to make their morning cup of coffee appear more interesting than it really is.”

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