People posting Relationship stuff on Facebook makes me LOL. Who do they think will care? Nobody wants to hear someone cry and bitch about an ex. Do the normal thing: Go drinking and make a fool of yourself in the real world. At least you can blame it on the booze. Now you just look like an idiot.
Matthe, come on now, way to steal her status thunder. Don’t you know you’re supposed to post these things as you -own- status, so everyone can see how miserable you are and how cruel life’s been? Take some tips from Kristine.
1. I post relationship stuff on Facebook. Sorry. The last break up I had with the first guy I ever dated and slept with, if it wasn’t for Facebook, I wouldn’t have survived it. Not when you have parents who literally tell you: you deserve it for dating instead of getting married or “if you had waited till marriage, this wouldn’t happen”. It was sad that people I met on Facebook were more helpful in helping me deal. Anyway, maybe that’s why these women did this: to find someone who’ll listen without being judgemental assholes like my family was.
The last reply was mean. Someone should tell Randy there is such a thing as cosmic payback.
Then you need better friends and family, if your perspective on relationships and “surviving” depends on bearing it all over a public social network site. This is the stuff for intimate conversations with friends and family. Blowing it all over Facebook is just attention seeking.
Every single person who “bears their soul” on Facebook has boundary issues.
“…if it wasn’t for Facebook, I wouldn’t have survived it.” cements that truth.
I only have friends I HAVE MET on Facebook. Classmates,etc… Plus I put stuff in notes and tag people. Just sayin’. If you’re female, my family thinks you should wait until marriage to date/have sex/have children. If you’re a guy, you can sleep with anything you want because “women are the ones who get pregnant and won’t get married when a guy frinds out they’ve been sleeping around”.
well king… apparently matthe’s ex gf came on to his best friend at a party… the best friend refused so she texted him that is was all or nothing… this i take to mean she offered a fucking or to leave her alone… the best friend picked nothing
so then she went to her best friend… and let her best firends hubby play with her tits… i’m assuming that him was a typo and that it was in front of her best friend… or maybe her best friends hubby played with her tits in front of matthe… or her best friend is a gay guy and his gay lover felt her up… lots of possibilities here
Bollywood_rocks83, I have to say I agree that it’s a bit strange that you wouldn’t have “survived” without Facebook. If it is only your close friends or whatever on FB, give them a call or meet up with them? Posting all these emotional statuses are a bit awkward for other people. Just pick up a phone.
as best I can tell Matthe’s ex-girlfriend picked up his best friend at a New Year’s eve party then took said guy over to her best friends house where the best friend’s husband proceeded to play with her tits in front of the new guy she picked up at the party. then matthe has some sort of breakdown and then ends the transmission.
To be fair, this isn’t nearly as bad as ‘oh, i love u so much i missed you baby cant wait 2 see u 2nite and fuck u for hours and ur amazing and perfect and look everybody, I have a relationship, and you don’t, so I’m going to continue to fucking boast about it because it makes me feel better than you. Even though you’re clearly smarter and less of a complete wanker than me.’ statuses.
i’m going to guess that bollywood is in gen y and all the folks jumping all over her are not… the world is changing and holding people who are in a different time to standards that were used in your time is lame… get used to the online/texting/status update/IM type world, cuz thats how these kiddos roll… better dill with it
Thank you for the possibilities. They’re so much better than what Matthe “HookedonPhonics” Dumbass posted.
Mr. Dumbass: If you’re going for the “Ooooooooo! He dissed her!” effect, put some thought into sentence structure and grammar. What you’ve shared with the world is not Mandy’s slutty booby party but the fact that you’re a dumb ass.
I meant no offense, but I still meant what I said. Get on the phone, talk to your friends. Take it to e-mail or private conversation. Posting it in statuses or comments for everyone to see is a lack of boundary.
Couldn’t phrase it better myself – right on
Same what I wrote the Not Ben – right on
Quite simple really. It’s for very “small” people, too desperate to have the “last word” and for the attaining starving whores.
Also, did you realized there are always stages of the Facebook relationship havoc? One of them is the creepy dude that always secretly loved the girl, makes his move and work his way into her pants, making the ex-guy look like a bigger asshole than he was. “Wait he took the last coke light without offering it to you? You should never go back to him. For the record I would never do something like that.” Brandon just fill the bill
@bollywood_rocks83 – there are only two things that comes to mind. You are 12 years old, or really pathetic adolescent…
@Sebastin Really?! do you feel all warm and cozy now that you’ve insulted a total stranger on Lamebook of all websites? Since you seem to come off as an ignorant, pompous arse, let me enlighten you. Not ALL cultures condone dating at ANY age! Bollywood_rocks doesn’t have to be an adolescent for her parents to forbid her from dating. For example, Southeast Asian families (people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc) do not allow their children to date nor do they look lightly upon pre-marital sex. Their children just sneak behind the parents’ back and hope they never find out! With them, chastity is not something to take lightly.
I agree with slim jayz that generation Y kids seem to love the impersonal way of communicating with one another. So if she feels comfortable talking to her friends on FB, then so be it.
“warm and cozy” is always good – I’m glad to have such effect on people. Also, I do appreciate your complement, “ignorance is bliss” – What you don’t know, won’t hurt you.
On the contrary tho, using Southeast Asia might be a wrong choice. Being in software-telco related business, I spent last 13 years between Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and China. In fact I just came back to my office in Kuala Lumpur from a trip to Bangalore (south India). Your cultural theory is quite different from the reality. Also, I find your cultural, regional, religious or whatever references, quite irrelevant to the core idea of my statement.
FB friends aren’t friends as we have come to know them, there is no establishment of shared geophysical experiences, or chronologically defined friendship. Simply strangers, whose identity is constructed via the idea of notations, naming labels and of clustered info-snippets designed for momentary persona snapshots. Hence, there is something fundamentally very wrong and commiserable for one, to choose to console, and strive for support from total strangers, rather than real people (friends), especially regarding such personal and intimate issues.
Hence – again – for bollywood_rocks83 being really pathetic using FB as a venue – and that applies to anyone, regardless place of origin or inherited cultural practices.
Thank you tho for the attempt of “enlightenment”, it was quite an entertaining read.
I think we all need to relax! You’re sucking the humour out of this place!! I have randoms on my friends list, but I also have real friends. If I changed my relationship status to single or w/e, people will see. Facebook is an interesting phenomenon because most of the people using it see it as a celebrity gossip magazine. We live for gossip! Harping on about what people post isn’t the answer, nor does it do anything to help your feelings about the issue (or nonissue depending on your view). It should be treated the same way as laughing with and laughing at. If you agree with the reasoning behind a post, then cool. If you think that posting something that should be dealt with privately is never a good idea, then cool. My last comment is THIS IS JUST LIKE FACEBOOK! You’re posting comments that are becoming personal to people that are not your friends!! If you think that posting personal things on facebook is immature or those that do post have no friends, then by your own logic, posting those comments here, to people that aren’t your friends, is just as immature and makes it seem like you have no one to talk to about your issues with those that post things you feel should not be posted!