I got this on my Facebook recently. After un-friending someone they seem to make you want to feel guilty for doing so. You can un-follow, meaning you won’t see their posts but you remain friends which I have done a lot lately. However you just need to disconnect from someone for your own reasons. I think Facebook has been a hotbed and a petri dish for political and religious discussion which is not always friendly. Passions run red hot there and sometimes disconnecting is what is best for relationships and online enjoyment. It is sad when you have to end a online connection but there are plenty more to make out there.
This is a parody/satire site on Facebook and YouTube that pokes a little fun at those short cooking videos you see on social media. You will find this to be both funny and snarky in equal measure. You can also find them on Twitter.
Yeah, in order to clear the head and soul, I am taking another Facebook break until Sunday. To all who follow me there just take note. Of course I am available on Twitter and Instagram.
So, it’s Friends Day on Facebook. They have a cute video with a bunch of your pictures flying around in the form of a human being. Friends Day is celebrated on the fourth so they are getting a jump on things. So in honor of their thing there is this thing above.
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