I could’ve been all soppy and done F for friends or family. But I didn’t think that would be much of a read and so have instead decided to do it on the Zuckerburg creation of Facebook.
I often wonder what life would be like without the key component to procrastinating, I find myself looking at somebodies photo’s from 2008 sometimes, just in a facebook trance, only to discover I have no idea who the person is or how I got there. It has begun a generation of people who seem to think people care about what they had for breakfast, and the fact it matters if you have 100 “friends” or 1000 “friends” (I have 343, I’m totally cool). Whatever figure you have on your facebook page take a good hard look at them and you can divide it into categories
- Genuine friends who you meet up with and talk too often
- Friends you have slowly lost contact with
- Hot girls/men
- Random people you’ve seen once
- Hot girls/men
- Seriously who are you.
I wonder how many people place me in the number 6 category. Also I was stating for both sexes then, I never add hot men. Unless Tom Selleck went onto facebook, I’d add him. What a man.
Facebook however is really good for keeping in contact with people you couldn’t necessarily keep in contact with so easily. When I went to Uni I was very daunted by the fact I may lose a lot of friends due to long distance, and Facebook really has helped continue the friendships.
But in the main facebook is a giant waste of time, something I look at for hours on end instead of doing something constructive like playing the playstation or tweeting. Ha, irony.