While returning a long-lost battery charger, Kaitlin’s Dad echoes the sentiments of parents with adult children everywhere.
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July 26th, 2009 · 105 Comments
July 11th, 2009 · 85 Comments
As always, Facebook users are keepin’ it classy.
related: Tant pis, mon amie
extra credit: STFU, Marrieds
June 18th, 2009 · 164 Comments
…because there’s no measure of self-worth more important than the public acknowledgment that you were, in fact, born.
related: But…but…I didn’t forget!
June 7th, 2009 · 188 Comments
“A few days after changing my status to single,” writes Meg in Red Deer, Alberta, “Facebook proves to be the creep I always knew it was.”
(Jordon is the ex-boyfriend.)
May 14th, 2009 · 204 Comments
I’m having a hard time deciding who in this group of geniuses most deserves a smack in the head first. To make it easier, I’m going to tell myself that Krystal is using some new kind of ironic dialect of homophone-swapping slang. And Jennalyn…well, her name is Jennalyn, and therefore I think it’s safe to assume she’s gotten the short end of the stick so far in life, so she gets a pass. But the other three?
P.S. Notice the date! (tear)
April 28th, 2009 · 142 Comments
Our anonymous submitter was mildly amused when he noticed this little hypothetical how-to pop up in his Facebook feed. But the real kicker, he realized, is that the one person tagged in the note happens to be (ouch) the notewriter’s current roommate.
Adds our submitter: “To my surprise, the girl never commented on it, but I’m sure she got the message — she was called out!”
related: Some dating advice
April 8th, 2009 · 142 Comments
Writes Halley in Idaho: “Yeahhh, that’s my mom and my grandpa right there. (This is what happens when old people join Facebook.)”
March 16th, 2009 · 98 Comments
Facebook‘s new “I like this” feature doesn’t allow you to give “thumbs down” to your friends’ status updates or posted links — a boon to both the supportive, snap-cup-loving, kindergarten-teacher-types on your friends list and the die-hard passive-aggressives on your frenemies list!
The even bigger “ouch”?
February 25th, 2009 · 94 Comments
See, kids: this is what happens when you live in the awkward part of the Venn diagram where “Facebook friends” and “real friends” don’t overlap.
related: making time for the important things in life…like facebook apps
extra credit: bank intern busted by facebook [valleywag]
February 1st, 2009 · 197 Comments
Writes our anonymous submitter: “This girl invited every single one of her friends on Facebook into a ‘forum’ to plan for her birthday celebrations…six months in advance.”
The kicker? within a few hours, our submitter says, almost everyone had already RSVP’d.