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Dan

Tucker, GA

#1 Nov 27, 2012
Anyone sick of seeing people who think every move they make on fb? Or posting pictures of everything they have? Who cares!
datahaza

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2012
"everything they have" probably owned by creditors:)
Simple

Lexington, KY

#4 Nov 28, 2012
Delete them.. if it bother's you so bad and you even have the option to block them, if it really seem's to bother you so bad :)
Simple

Lexington, KY

#5 Nov 28, 2012
Delete them if it bother's you so bad, and you also have the option to block them as well :)
Truth is

Danville, KY

#6 Nov 28, 2012
Dan wrote:
Anyone sick of seeing people who think every move they make on fb? Or posting pictures of everything they have? Who cares!
I'm tired of only hearing about people's children. No one's kid is perfect and surely they have something else to brag on -- or maybe not, ha! As far as your comment goes, some people do have everything; others some things and other not much of anything. Simple fact of life. If you're tired of seeing it, hide their stuff from your newsfeed or delete them altogether.

It's entertainment. It's socializing. Nothing more; nothing less.(unless you're looking for someone to hook up with)
I understand

Louisville, KY

#7 Nov 28, 2012
I get tired of hearing about people's kids on FB too. I do post things about my children on occasion but some people take it to far. Posting picture after picture and post 20 comments a day about what there kids have done. Like really who cares if your kid pooped or climbed up on the couch by themselves or said the word tree! Good God!
Dan

Tucker, GA

#10 Nov 28, 2012
I'd be scared to get robbed flaunting everything I have on there. You're right. I'm sure most have debt up to their eyeballs.
Lucky

Danville, KY

#11 Nov 28, 2012
Well I have a lot of stuff - not unnecessary stuff just what we need and maybe a little extra. Kids get pretty much what they want and aren't even spoiled about it. Lucky to have a man with a great job and I try to do my part, too. And I can say, the only thing we OWE for is our house and it's almost paid off too. I don't splurge and can't stand to waste anything. I believe in paying as you go. If you can't afford it, you don't need it. And I'm not a face-bragger either. Just tell it like it is.
flo

Tucker, GA

#12 Nov 28, 2012
You're right Lucky. Can't say I'm jealous just sick of seeing it. I am "friends" with some people like that on fb too.
geez

London, KY

#14 Nov 30, 2012
wha wha whaaaaa!!!! Why don't you get on facebook and complain some more???
YODA

Tucker, GA

#15 Nov 30, 2012
geez wrote:
wha wha whaaaaa!!!! Why don't you get on facebook and complain some more???
Well now we know you guilty. Why don't you get back on facebook and show all you got?
mother of 3

Hodgenville, KY

#16 Nov 30, 2012
Well, hopefully none of you that are tired of hearing about people's kids, have kids of your own!Because if you do, I would bet money you are one of those deat beat parents that spend more time at the white barn or out partying than you do with your child. My children are my whole life and nope, sorry, but I dont have anything better to brag about:)If you dont like that, delete me please!
I understand

Bulan, KY

#17 Dec 3, 2012
To mother of 3. I'm a mother of 3 myself. And no I'm not at the white barn partying. I usually spend my weekends hanging out with my kids. In the last yr I've been out maybe 2-3 times without my children. And that was to see a movie or to have dinner with my husband, the father of my 3 children. I must say I'm a dang good mother!
Lucky

Danville, KY

#23 Jan 2, 2013
And of course I have kids that are my pride and joy; however, I learned a long time ago that they are MY pride and joy, not everyone elses. I don't have to brag about my kids to make myself feel better. My childhood was fine so I don't have to live vicariously through my children. There are times I do post something about them on facebook (duh!) and occasionally is fine. I'm talking about the ones that have nothing else to say except how little John-John made all A's or can play the piano or can sing a little song at church or can take a dump all by himself. You know what? There's a gazillion other kids out there doing the same thing!! Get over yourself.
Really

Lexington, KY

#25 Jan 15, 2013
They are so caught up in themself, that they don't realize how much bragging they are doing. Have pity on them self centered individuals. We all think "were dang good Mothers"! It's just most of us, don't have to brag about it, our kid's tell us so!
Unfortunately

Nicholasville, KY

#26 Jan 31, 2013
Dan wrote:
I'd be scared to get robbed flaunting everything I have on there. You're right. I'm sure most have debt up to their eyeballs.
Actually, they live off their parents mostly. The system too, so if they get robbed, it really isn't theirs. If their friends would drive by where they live and take a good look at their outside, they would see, they aren't posting everything to be the truth. They aren't nearly as "great" as they pose to be. You can alway's tell if someone has worked hard for what they have, not only will they have self-respect, but respect for everyone around them. I get what your saying, nobody has a perfect family. Unless your trying to impress the world.. the only thing that will matter is you hear your childs first word, I would be marking that in the baby book, instead of Facebook!
true

Chicago, IL

#30 Feb 22, 2013
I hate how I save for 2 years to go on a dream vacation and jealous a holes make me feel guilty for posting pics that my family have requested to see. It's like responsibility is a crime. Gotta figure something else out.
SeeTheLight

Lexington, KY

#31 Dec 27, 2013
true wrote:
I hate how I save for 2 years to go on a dream vacation and jealous a holes make me feel guilty for posting pics that my family have requested to see. It's like responsibility is a crime. Gotta figure something else out.
Maybe you should analyze your friends, instead of trying to have the biggest number of them. Most working folks don't have time nor the money these days to go on a vacation. I feel sorry for you when your Parents are gone, then whatcha gonna do?
Facts are Facts

Danville, KY

#32 Dec 30, 2013
I have always taught my kids that no matter what you have, someone out there will have more. There are plenty that will have less as well. 2587 That's the way life is. Do well in school, get an education, make smart choices, be happy...it's that simple. Education is something that NO ONE can take away from you and it can take you places you never dreamed. And there are some people that no matter how much they buy (boats, rec vehicles, cars, etc) they just don't understand that "stuff" will NEVER give you class - as much as they try.

But don't be whining if you have a job you hate and stuck with a mound of bills. Those are CHOICES you made. No one else. I really can't stand the cry-babies that whine, whine, whine nonstop. If you filed bankruptcy, maybe you need to reconsider how and what you purchase. If you're in your 40's and still can't afford a house of your own, maybe you need to adjust your priorities. If you are constantly moving from place to place (renting, of course), the happiness you seek will never be HOUSE you're in. Make better choices and get rid of whatever is dragging you down.
Question

Lexington, KY

#33 Dec 30, 2013
Facts are Facts wrote:
I have always taught my kids that no matter what you have, someone out there will have more. There are plenty that will have less as well. 2587 That's the way life is. Do well in school, get an education, make smart choices, be happy...it's that simple. Education is something that NO ONE can take away from you and it can take you places you never dreamed. And there are some people that no matter how much they buy (boats, rec vehicles, cars, etc) they just don't understand that "stuff" will NEVER give you class - as much as they try.
But don't be whining if you have a job you hate and stuck with a mound of bills. Those are CHOICES you made. No one else. I really can't stand the cry-babies that whine, whine, whine nonstop. If you filed bankruptcy, maybe you need to reconsider how and what you purchase. If you're in your 40's and still can't afford a house of your own, maybe you need to adjust your priorities. If you are constantly moving from place to place (renting, of course), the happiness you seek will never be HOUSE you're in. Make better choices and get rid of whatever is dragging you down.
Good Advice.. hope you have taken it yourself! First what does 2587 mean? Second, how do you know someone filed Bankruptcy? Third, how do you estimate they are in their forties? Bad choices shouldn't start in your forties.. a person should by experience of done gained some wisdom by now.

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