There are plenty of good uses for social media: Smack talking fans of a rival football team. Discovering long lost friends with common interests. Staying in touch with your favorite website. Heckling douchebags. However, in a world where everyone -- including your grandmother -- declares themselves to be a social media "expert," it's increasingly tricky to pin down just how valuable social media skills actually are. Or even what those skills are. Insert "The Onion" with a breath of fresh air and levity. In this hilarious spoof of a TED talk, The Onion calls out people who use their social media "prowess" (whatever that is) to cover up for lack of original thought.