Sunday, May 30, 2010

Who Sucks:  People or Facebook?

Maybe both suck. 

I'm on Facebook.  Quit two or three times but went back for who knows what reason.  Things I hate it about Facebook or is it things I hate about people?  You make the call:

1.  Making comments that no one responds to.

2.  Sending friend requests that are not accepted  (Hello, anybody home?!  HELLO!).  Makes one wonder ...was it something I said or was it something that I did or was it anything at all?

3.  Stupid comments from stupid people.

4.  People who list each and every day what they're doing, where they're doing it, what time they're doing and who they're doing it to.  That said, no one talks about having a fantastic bowel movement..the best they ever ever had. 

I'll probably quit Facebook for the fourth time.  It's really just not for me.

4 comments:

La Roo said...

I'm not into Facebook. It does nothing for me. I'm not sure why, but not so much for me.
I think a lot of people are into it big time in the beginning and then just let it float. While others are just addicted to it.
I think you are better off talking about your personal bodily functions on your blog, :)

Bigger said...

Me and the wife decided to not be on facebook. But the truth betold my wife thanks that her dad used FB or MS to chat with his new wife. But I also think that FB can be a trouble maker. By the way my bowels are clean right now.

DNA said...

I started using FB because it was nice to reconnect with former classmates and keep in touch with family and real good friends (like you). But I have realized that I am going to have to draw the line when it comes to work aquaintances. In fact I plan on dropping a few people from my account just because of that, right after the school year ends. I learned my lesson. The last thing I want to think about is work when I get home. My job is too life consuming as it is and I know you know that. ;D

Bob said...

I done did quit FB day before yesterday. How much is enough? Enough is enough.

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