Facebook, coffee and status updates

Posted on October 18th, 2012


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6 Responses to “Facebook, coffee and status updates”

  1. Jessica Says:

    Heck I don’t even drink coffee so I guess that counts me as “unfriended”. :) Seriously though, I don’t get those kinds of posts either. I always wonder why are they even posting a status to tell everyone they are going to delete people. Why don’t they just delete them? When did we become a society that has to announce every single thing that we are going to do? Do they need some sort of reassurance that they are doing the right thing? Do they want me to be proud of them for deleting someone? I just don’t get it and probably never will. Sigh…

  2. Dana @ This Silly Girl's Life Says:

    LOL, I love the “small print” you added at the end. I feel the exact same way, I think it is really just a cry for attention. If they want to un-friend me, just do it! Why do I have to tell them to keep me as a friend when we both know that we still wont go out for the cup of coffee any way?! Pure attention, I think.

  3. Laurie Says:

    LOL @Jessica, consider yourself unfriended right now! I can’t have anyone who doesn’t drink coffee read this blog :)

    @Dana, IKR? It’s like I should beg to stay on the friends list and I still won’t get a cup of coffee :)

  4. Gina Says:

    A lot of those messages will appear on people’s walls without their knowledge. They are a phishing scheme/virus link. If you see one, send a message to that friend and block it as spam.
    On the other hand, if it is a real post, then that “friend” really is selfish drama momma. It’s called life! If you have that much free time, then you should either work, volunteer or get a hobby. Seriously a friend would not question your friendship that way unless they are either worried they are the lacking person or they want attention.
    My solution to not seeing my friends in person often, we call and chat on the phone and drink our coffee, eat our lunches etc etc. All our schedules are hectic. We stay in touch well. If we see a worrisome post, we call as soon as it is an acceptable hour or know the other is free. Or send the text me or else messages.

  5. Gina Says:

    Oh, and coffee is icky- how about drinking Flying Monkeys or something else.
    There is a line from a movie- the guy says they should eat caramels , not as redundant as coffee. or something like that.

  6. Laurie Says:

    @Gina, you so crazy! Coffee is the giver of life – or at least the giver of awakeness :) Yep, it’s the drama that hooks them into these types of statuses.

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