The Sailors' Log
Some Facebook-ers irritate meWednesday, October 13, 2010 By Katie Bultema
All Facebookers have seen it. People updating their status every two seconds, updating about their mushy relationships, and updating about whom they hate. Facebook was invented to find friends and stay in touch with them. Most of your friends don’t care to see on Facebook what you are doing every second of the day. ] If your updates don’t receive a like or a comment, obviously none of your friends care to read what you are typing. If someone wanted to hear your entire day schedule, they would ask you. It’s okay if you state something exciting that you are going to do for the day, but don’t update all of your friends continuously about it. Also, it’s quite irritating when people gushing about their boyfriends or girlfriends show up on my news feed. Your relationship is something that should stay between you and your significant other. If you have to tell the entire Internet world about it, then you obviously have too much time on your hands for one. Secondly, you are way to involved in a relationship for being in high school. Let’s be honest here, your relationship in high school probably won’t last past high school unless you are one of the few exceptions. That relationship-obsessed person will just end up feeling stupid when they have to go on Facebook and change their relationship status from single to in a relationship. Aside from these annoying Facebook activities, there is one other that beats them all. It is difficult to understand why a person would type on the Internet about a person they hate. There have been so many statuses that have been violent toward other people. If you have a problem with someone, they need to be an adult about it and talk to that person face-to-face. It is just juvenile and shows the type of person you are, and it’s not a good reflection. So, next time Facebook seems like a good place to keep everyone updated about your every move or to tell everyone about your date tonight or your problem with someone who started a rumor about you, save it. None of us facebookers care to read it.