De-friended: Humble-bragging on Facebook

humble-bragging on facebook

Stop humble-bragging on facebook There is a fine line between genuine self-deprication and feigned humility. If you really hated how you looked in a bikini, you wouldn’t post five selfies on Facebook wearing a swimsuit. I’m sure it really is stressful trying to figure out how to work all the gadgets in your new Lexus, but stuff it. It IS Keep reading!

De-Friended: Facebook Posting Instead of Living

Stop Facebook posting instead of living Some mundane status updates are post-worthy. When your kid tells you you’re the worst mom ever after you drop their newly purchased ice cream on the sidewalk, for instance. There are those status updates on social media, however, that make you wonder if someone has seriously lost their mind. I give you: Status updates about Keep reading!

De-friended: Boring Over-share on Facebook

over-share on Facebook

I’ve spotlighted The Vague-bookers & The Whiners. I now provide you with the same fifteen people you don’t really remember who share far too many mundane thoughts with their closest Facebook pals: Boring Over-share on Facebook This is my elbow. My feet smell. I have gas. I laid on the couch all day yesterday. I’m still lying on the couch. Keep reading!

De-friended: Whiners on Facebook

whiners on Facebook

Whiners on Facebook First of all, let me acknowledge the hypocrisy of me complaining about complainers. I understand the risks I’m taking by calling these folks out.  “Gawd. It’s been a week of Mondays.” You know the type. You open up a little, they open up, WAY too much? You say something totally provocative like, “How are you?” and they Keep reading!

De-Friended From Facebook: Vague-booking

vague-booking

I hate Vague-booking most of all Ever since middle-aged people who actually liked Hall & Oats made Facebook uncool by knowing about it, people have been abusing their Facebook power. With power comes responsibility. Each of us is no doubt guilty of committing a social media infraction on occasion, but that doesn’t excuse it. Social media is yet another medium Keep reading!

Facebook Grieving: Not Sure How I Feel About It

grieving on Facebook

Have you noticed the phenomenon of people grieving on Facebook? It should come as no surprise, in so much as facebook is arguably an extension, or alternate electronic universe of real life. Although it isn’t. I am hardly one to knock how anyone else processes life or death, but I must admit I am a little perplexed sometimes by the Keep reading!

Facebook Spoils Surprises

facebook spoils surprises

Stop posting in Facebook! Facebook spoils surprises! In addition to meeting up with my six college friends, I spent the first two days of my trip with two other friends who flew in from San Francisco to help me surprise the rest. San Fran friends were warned not to post anything on Facebook, lest they spoil the surprise. The San Keep reading!

Why Do People Like Common Items on Facebook?

liking common items on Facebook

Why do people like common items on Facebook? Is my life enhanced because I liked potato chips on Facebook? What have lay’s potato chips really done for you during your lifetime? I get why Facebook wants you to like things. I just don’t understand why an individual wants to like common items on Facebook? I looked at the baked Lay’s Keep reading!

We All Feel Judged on Facebook

judged on Facebook

Social Media: Doggonit, People like you! My sister would never have a facebook page or tweet or God forbid, blog. I understand her reticence. We all feel judged on Facebook. I understand these things can be used against you in a court of law and/or become part of your permanent record or hurt people’s feelings or alienate people who love Keep reading!