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Sparta, TN

#1 Apr 27, 2012
is it mean to delete my facebook friends if they gripe all the time - I get tire of reading the negative crap!

Since: Apr 12

Sparta, TN

#2 Apr 27, 2012
I delete ppl for profanity or negativity. You gotta do what feels right.
sparta

Sparta, TN

#3 Apr 27, 2012
anybody that feels like they need a facebook friend is pitiful. Get a real life.
fellow mate

United States

#4 Apr 27, 2012
Amen
two cents

Pikeville, TN

#5 Apr 27, 2012
friends wrote:
is it mean to delete my facebook friends if they gripe all the time - I get tire of reading the negative crap!
I often feel like deleting some friends from my FB as well, but i like to avoid any awkwardness that follows. If I don't like what i'm reading in their status I just hide them from my feed. Plus, deleting someone may anger them, then you might see your name here on topics.
yooyoy

Crossville, TN

#6 Apr 28, 2012
just unsubscribe to them in your news feed so you dont have to deal with their drama crying "what did you delete me" all those drama people gah-lee
The Simple Truth

Cookeville, TN

#7 Apr 28, 2012
sparta wrote:
anybody that feels like they need a facebook friend is pitiful. Get a real life.
Facebook is a great way to connect with long lost friend's and classmates. I have located some great friend's I went to High School with and friend's that I grew up with that lived on my street. Maybe your upset because you don't have anyone to "friend" you on facebook??? Unlike like topix, you just can't "click" on someone's name and start bashing them. It's true that our younger generation does tend to have a lot of drama, we've all had that growing up, but us older folks thinks it's great to connect with those we grew up with and reflect on life way back when.
sparta

Sparta, TN

#8 Apr 28, 2012
I'm not talking about reconnecting with old friends, and I'm pretty sure you already knew that.

I'm talking about the thousands and even millions of zombies who sit in their house with the blinds pulled collecting imaginary friends on the "social network".

Social?? It's more like the anti-social network. This younger generation has no idea how to interact in social situations with real people.

And if your real-life friends were such good friends, why did you lose touch with them in the first place?
two cents

Pikeville, TN

#9 Apr 28, 2012
sparta wrote:
I'm not talking about reconnecting with old friends, and I'm pretty sure you already knew that.
I'm talking about the thousands and even millions of zombies who sit in their house with the blinds pulled collecting imaginary friends on the "social network".
Social?? It's more like the anti-social network. This younger generation has no idea how to interact in social situations with real people.
And if your real-life friends were such good friends, why did you lose touch with them in the first place?
Of course the younger ones socially interact with each other. I think they call it partying.
The Simple Truth

Cookeville, TN

#10 Apr 28, 2012
sparta wrote:
I'm not talking about reconnecting with old friends, and I'm pretty sure you already knew that.
I'm talking about the thousands and even millions of zombies who sit in their house with the blinds pulled collecting imaginary friends on the "social network".
Social?? It's more like the anti-social network. This younger generation has no idea how to interact in social situations with real people.
And if your real-life friends were such good friends, why did you lose touch with them in the first place?
Ohhhh, you know how life happens. Some people just tend to lose touch over the years, it's no one's fault, it just happens as people move from one state to another and get married or what have you. Life happens....... I think just about everyone has lost touch with somone over the years that they have been wanting to find, and has been able to reconnect one way or another. It's great being able to catch up!!.

Since: Nov 11

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#11 Apr 28, 2012
The Simple Truth wrote:
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Ohhhh, you know how life happens. Some people just tend to lose touch over the years, it's no one's fault, it just happens as people move from one state to another and get married or what have you. Life happens....... I think just about everyone has lost touch with somone over the years that they have been wanting to find, and has been able to reconnect one way or another. It's great being able to catch up!!.
Yeah well Facebook can be full of drama too if you aren't careful. Some people that are in your past are there for a reason and should stay there. Sometimes catching up can lead to more and then you have marriages in trouble and kids living in split up families. Facebook is not a good program for older married people to use because it too often leads to problems.

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