Monday, April 19, 2010

Breakin’ Up Is Hard to Do

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  1. I love the Eva post.

  2. dietpillpyramidscheme

    Has no one considered that Randy IS the ex? (I didn’t read it all, Soup didn’t post anything, meaning it probably wasn’t worth my while)

    Also, I like Paul.

  3. Aren’t we all judgemental today

    Btw Slimjayz , that remark was probably the most sensible thing you ever said on here

  4. I’d like to remove Randy’s male-parts. =)

  5. And Kristine’s ability to post to FB.

  6. MonkeyCMonkeyDo

    @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.

    rant over.

  7. my god does anyone know how to spell “soul”? Stupid.

  8. Dukey Smoothy Buns – If women obtained the knowledge that all guys are really just interested in sex; there would be less chick flicks and even less chicks that would sleep with you.

  9. @MonkeyCMonkeyDo
    “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.

    You have a nice day MonkeyCMonkeyDo

  10. Trevasaurus_Rex

    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!

  11. What he said

  12. lol thats awfullll..
    -Gods investment in you (His son!) was SO great, he could never abandon you!-

  13. “lol thats awful” ?! Do you even read what you write?

  14. @Banahm’s comment – made me laugh

  15. i think you know what i mean, i didn’t need the @

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