7. WTF? Cute? NOT lame?
“Instead of saying all this romantic stuff, I decided I would be a creepy nonromantic lunatic and look stupid to everyone. I’m not going to talk, or say anything about this moment. I’m going to ruin it by making it appear like I’m texting my friends and ignoring you why you sulk in desperation because I, am a loser.
Lame! But not the post, I see hundreds like that all the time. Lamebook is being lame for posting something so cretinous – to be fair, it does scale quite high on SICK but still, she’s probably very young and very infatuated.
Everyone here defending this post probably deserves to have many of their own posts on lamebook. This is equally as lame as anything else on here, especially given the fact that some of you think its acceptable and its as common as it is.
“OMG, I hate my laugh. I can’t believe you make me laugh because I hate my laugh. I love that I’m staring at you while you’re staring at me. Is there something in my teeth? Oh no, don’t make me laugh, I hate my laugh. Oh, but your 2 1/2 Men impersonations are so funny but damn I hate my laugh. I’m such a grown up. And I hate my laugh.”
this is not lame at all. it’s cute. if my girlfriend posted this i’d think it was adorable. i post stuff to people who are in the room all the time because i think it’s funny. if that makes me lame then i’m perfectly okay with being lame
canaduck: believe it or not, your sense of public decorum would probably change quite a bit going from a semi-private post made where only your friends and relatives can read it to a blog where the whole point is for strangers to ridicule you and point out every spelling mistake so people can call you a whore and tell you to kill yourself. posts are made like this every damn day, if you don’t like mushy love notes don’t read them. again, there are posts that deserve to be on this blog. this is not one of them
What is with people writing crap to people when they’re right there?! I know some girl who wrote an ode to her boyfriend, which mentioned how he was in bed next to her. Now if he was half the man she said he was, how is it they’re in bed together and she has the time/strenght to be on FACEBOOK??!
I’m not Christine, Christine’s bf, or Mr. M., and I agree with Mr. M. I don’t think it’s a question of “Lame” or “Not Lame” but rather “Lame Enough” or “Not Lame Enough”. While this *is* /slightly/ lame, I vote “Not Lame Enough”. If it were a status update and not a wall post, my vote might be different.
I mean, I see this kind of thing all the time on Fbook. Sure, it’s an example of a lame trend, but not an extraordinary example. So, like I said, Not Lame Enough.
i agree with mr m. no harm done, its a bit lame but also a bit sweet. people write this stuff all the time, it no longer offends me. actually rachel said it even better.
however i like to think christine’s boyfriend submitted it.
Well, I guess the fact that she doesn’t like to laugh because she ‘hates her own laugh’ says it all really. I kind of feel sorry for her…
But no, this is not facebook material. 99% of all thoughts are not facebook material.
Regardless of whether or not you think the sentiment is sweet, it is 100% lame to text/e-mail/FB message a person who is sitting RIGHT NEXT TO YOU.
Lordy, if your relationship is really so great and all, would it kill you to freaking unplug from texting and Facebook and Twitter and all that crap every once in a while? “I think you’re swell and all, but not interesting enough to convince me to put my damn phone down and actually pay attention to you.” Ugh. People like this make me want to slap them back to the Dark Ages.
It’s not a status, it’s a wall post…
So she basically went over to his wall to write this disgusting ode.
Which then means that it wasn’t for his benefit but for the benefit of all his friends.
Bit of a show off really. EW.
Exactly. The fact that this is a mushy wall post between lovers takes away almost all of the lameness here.
Christ people, did you ever see MySpace? There was no need for a LameSpace, because the whole bloody website was full of lame. Take this message, mushily it fourteen times and add a sickly glitter graphic.
why would you be on facebook when your sitting right next to your dude? really though?
you put out all this energy to type something that you could of just said out loud?
..this is creepy and sounds like if he ever “let go” you would be a mess.
and you guys have probably only been together for like, 2 months – if that.
get over yourself.
I don’t think this is lame. Look at it from a different perspective. Sometimes people want others (friends) to know how they feel about that someone ‘special’ in their lives. She probably tells him all the time how she feels however it’s different when you read it. FB is there to state how we feel or what we are up to at any given moment…she felt like sharing at that given moment.
You are all of what is wrong with the female gender. If you want to tell your friends how special this person is, do. DON’T broadcast it via facebook. It is just embarrassing for all parties involved. If it’s a more personal message (which believe me I have seen MANY times before) either private message it or text it. DON’T leave it there for the whole world to see, NOONE else cares…