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Citizen Against Excessive and Unfunny Facebook Whining

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Dear Peeps Who Use Facebook Status Updates as Your Personal Dumping Station,

Bad things happen to people, and it’s reasonable to express these sorts of things on your Facebook from time to time. But just because you signed up for a Facebook account (they let everybody on there) and a few people friended you (most people will friend anybody) doesn’t mean that Facebook or your Facebook friends want to hear about the supposed constant influx of terrible misgivings in your life.

Guess what? YOU DON’T HAVE IT THAT BAD! And I’m sick of hearing about it.

Here’s a few of MY thoughts:

  • If you’re so broke that you can’t plan your wedding, how about postponing it. You were broke going into it, so it’s really hard to understand why you’re acting so put out now.
  • You don’t have a job. Boo Freaking Hoo. The unemployment rate is at 10%. Be thankful that you’re not starving or homeless or trying to take care of a child.
  • On that note, you certainly spend a lot of time bitching about potential employers. Certainly more time then you spend trying to be a good person. Shouldn’t you be concerned that your potential employers will ask to see your Facebook profile?
  • Facebook is not the place to diclose or try to work through your daddy issues. For that matter, Facebook isn’t really the place to work through any issues.
  • It’s clear that you’re desperate for attention.

So just stop. M,kay?


Citizen Against Excessive and Unfunny Facebook Whining

PS: To the friend who comments on ALL of your status updates regardless of how ridiculous you’re being: you’re dumb.


Written by ditheringmiss

August 12, 2009 at 10:42 am

Posted in Thoughts

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  1. Word.

    Just couldn’t take it anymore? I think I about had it when the recent daddy posts emerged.


    August 12, 2009 at 2:52 pm

  2. Seriously, I second this. WTF are people thinking…


    August 12, 2009 at 8:31 pm

    • SO on point.


      August 20, 2009 at 5:06 pm

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