I’m starting to deeply hate Facebook.. Deeply.
Facebook has destroy our abilities to communicate face to face. People no longer write letters, or even call each other. People no longer open a newspaper because they’re occupied with their timelines and the news they can see there. I’m not saying I hate internet, i’m just starting to regret Facebook. And why is that? Simple. I’ve noticed that people around me are getting so dependent on Facebook, that they check everything every 2 minutes. I’ve checked my watch while observing the patterns.
I am, too, addicted to Facebook, and I’m not proud. I’m addicted mainly because of Candy Crush Saga (which I’m not proud of being a part of this mania) and because of some of my friends. I have people abroad, and the easiest way to communicate, is via Facebook. But I refuse to let this ‘addiction’ regulate my ability to speak to people as we should do every day.
I still call my friends, I still right letters to my cousin in Canada, and I still talk to them face to face, instead of being in the same table at the local coffee shop and using Facebook’s Chat to talk the the person right in front of me.
Sometimes I think it’s better to delete my account, but then again, I have friends that I can only communicate with, via that dreadful social network.
Sometimes, I remember Emma Stone and her rambling about being addicted to Farm Ville, and I just laugh at the irony of the situation.
Most of all, I’m tired of people bugging me on the chat, asking me to go to the movies or whatever, when they see me everyday, and don’t have the guts to ask me personally.
I’m sorry about all my rambling, but Facebook has destroyed our social skills!!
if someone tells you your clothing style is gay, respond with:
"yeah, it came out of the closet this morning."