All Very True.
Too many times, friendships, family ties, and romantic relationships are damaged and ended because of FB. People are so wound up about who 'liked' or
'commented' on their status and comments and it because a Jerry Springer show.
Couples get paranoid about infidelity because their mate 'likes' a person's comments too much.
Also, there is high-school clique mentality.
The whole narcissism attitude derives from people being able to have a platform in which to communicate something to the world, and they decide to
"Walking into Walmart"
"Me and the kids at Chuck E. Cheese"
"Just waking up"
Its pretty much a high-school popularity contest, to see who has the most friends and who agrees with their opinions and likes their glamour shots.
People, realize that these 'virtual' friendships are just that. Nothing more.
Post that you need help fixing your car and see who all posts back 'Where are you located?."
I am glad to have disconnected from FB, and I have even had a relative get offended and had nothing more to do with me because of it.
"Hey, check my FB status."
"Can't. I cancelled my FB account."
"What!!! So you are all anti-social now?"
"No, as a matter of fact, I'm more sociable without it. I can now enjoy the company of real people."
"Dang, what did your status say"
See what I mean????
edit on 24-4-2011 by ButterCookie because: (no reason given)