1.) keep sending game requests, which is annoying for those who rarely play Facebook games or who have to scroll all the way down the notification list for other important things that have been piled up by the number of game requests.
2.) keep posting quotes on their Facebook walls without even giving credit to the ones who created those quotes or without trying to understand their true meanings. There are also those who keep posting quotes in order to get the attention of some of their friends whether they’re enemies or not.
4.) use their Facebook walls to vent out their feelings, especially if they’re the quiet and/or shy ones in real life.
5.) change their statuses to “engaged” or “married” when in fact, they’re only “in a relationship”. Do they seriously want their friends to ask details regarding about the date and the venue of the wedding? My Guidey…
6.) make a big deal out of friends who suddenly change their statuses from “single” to “in a relationship”, “engaged”, or “married”. I was among those who changed my status from “single” to “in a relationship” just to see how my friends would react, with the cooperation of my mom of course. Some of them said that my mom was going to kill me if she ever found out about my “boyfriend”, some of them congratulated me for finally becoming a “lady”, some were disappointed with my status, some wanted me to bring my “man” with me to the graduation ball, and there’s one who wanted to find out who my guy was
so that he could chop them off. Hahaha.
7.) post pictures of their babies’ ultrasounds and/or pictures of them proudly showing off their big bellies. I think Facebook is trying to tell me to get a boyfriend. Nyek!
8.) show on their Facebook walls which place(s) are/were they at. Do they want psychopaths to stalk them or something? Especially if those psychopaths turn out to be their friend(s)?
9.) use the jejemon language for their posts. Facebook isn’t like Twitter where you have a 140-character limit, so why the heck would they shorten their messages to the point where it would become vague to be understood.
Photo credits to: nicolai-bauchrowitz