"Happy one month anniversary baby!"
--Really? One month? Probably not necessary coming from a 15 year old. And while we're at it, neither is saying I love you after one month. One more thing, I know for a fact that this 15 year old's parents are her friends on Facebook, and maybe her parents don't get on FB that often, but a little monitoring is a good thing...don't ya think? If this were me at 15 and my parents saw half the stuff that this girl puts up on FB I would be grounded for life...
"Dreams are illustrations...from the book your soul is
writing about you."
--I'm all for inspirational quotes or song lyrics but is it necessary to post them every day or multiple times throughout the day? Answer: no. Also, this one is weird.
"I have a really big heart and have always treated others great even when they were mean to me. When do i get my break?"
--The infamous sob story....we all have these people who relentlessly post feel bad for me statuses. I get it, you've had your heart broken; you hate your job...chances are your problems are not going to be solved via facebook. Just sayin'.
"Hvn a grt wknd! Dnt wnt 2 go bck 2 wrk !"
--Is it necessary or easier to leave the vowels out? I don't get it...to me, it takes more work to figure out how to type something incorrectly than to just spell it out the right way...I am a spelling bee champ though (and by that I mean that I went to the spelling bee a few times back in the day. I didn't win or anything though...waaa waaaaa)
"Read my blog, dammit."
--Oh, wait. That's mine. I'm sure I've offended some people on facebook or have annoyed them with all of the posts that I've put up regarding my blog, but do I care? Maybe...ok, no I don't.
Also as a side note, my dad has truly embraced social media. Not only is he on facebook, but lately he's been updating.
He also does the twitter.
Typically his tweets are work-related, but last week he posted to facebook a delightful story about how he accidentally tried on my mom's pants and thought they looked good, even though they were a little snug. Oh, dad...you are a special one.