So Christmas is over. And it was good. And I am feeling fried. So I apologize in advance if this post isn’t as coherent as usual.
I’ve become convinced that Facebook may be a tool of the devil. There is some circumstantial evidence to support this.
Addicting games that distract you from getting “important” things done.
Reconnects you with people you didn’t actually want to get back in touch with.
Allows family, co-workers and friends to know when you are screwing around, or what you did last night.
Friends can tag you in unflattering, or incriminating, photos.
And the facebook status…..a potential weapon in the hands of the unwitting, the immature and the downright cruel.
You may be thinking that I’m talking about you, specifically. If so, let me assure that this isn’t about any specific incident,* but an observation on an apparently normal thing to do.
Scolding/insulting someone in a FaceBook status.
I get being mad at your boyfriend, but I don’t need to know that. And I don’t want to hear that he has a tiny dick, too.
Better yet are the ones directed to an unnamed “someone”. As in, “Someone really hurt me this weekend. I really thought I could trust someone. But apparently some people are just big cheating liars. Sigh.”**
Um, yeah, most of us? Can figure out in about 10seconds who “someone” is.
I suppose I don’t have much room to speak. I’m sure I’ve been more dramatic than I should have been. I guess I just feel that if you are angry enough to say something *about* someone, where they can hear/see it, than you’re probably angry enough to warrant saying something *to* that person.
* Really, I swear.
**This is just an example. If you have actually posted this, I swear it’s just a weird and freaky coincidence.
Slightly Similar Nonsense:
- Shut Your Whore Mouth Monday: Vaguebooking
- Letters from my Desk
- Anger Actually Hurts You
- Won't you be my neighbor?
- It's the little things