hellababe – Thanks. Me and my fictional wife took one look at our fictional newborn baby boy and came to the realisation that we must screw up his life. That was the first questionable act in many questionable acts of my fictional parenthood.
There are definitely many friends on my Facebook who could have children and I don’t know it, because I haven’t seen or spoken to them in a few years and I don’t really pay much attention to their facebook posts. You might ask why we are friends on Facebook, and I’ll just say, “it’s the stupid fucking politics of Facebook.”
In any case, I’m not surprised she had some friends who didn’t know she didn’t have a daughter named Ashley Elizabeth, what I don’t understand is why the first eight people to comment, all of them apparently not close enough to Rena to know this, bothered to comment at all. Yeah, those are real heartfelt and worthwhile offers of sympathy, you idiots. I think they look like fucking morons here, not Rena.
ditkachick: I actually know someone whose baby did die and they posted it on FB the same day. Personally, I thought that way too personal to announce in a social forum. But only a few weeks later she started FB’ing about going to the gym, drinking and eating out like nothing ever happened. Ppl are f**ked up.