I can understand why people give their unborn children Facebook pages so they can have a head start in Farmville when they get older. It’s sort of how I’ve taken out several credit cards in my kids’ names so they can have a head start on soul-crushing debt when they get older.
Honestly, I think my method is better. If you’re going to start your kids off with something they’ll have to dedicate untold hours of work on for no apparent gain, it should be something tangible like trying to repair their credit score enough so they can finance a stick of gum before they turn 50. With Farmville, all they get for years of mindless toil is a deep emptiness inside when the angry mob finally takes down Zynga and their whole farm disappears.
I’m relatively new here. Are the American Apparel banners I see at the top and on the right side of the screen part of the humor? I don’t know the brand, but I do hope for their sake that these pictures are intentionally lame…
i added an old schoolmate to my fb before i realised she had turned into a raving, mindless new parent. (i blocked her news feed for my own sanity) I didn’t think anyone could top the inane baby drivel she posted on an hourly basis, but I’m sorry to see i was wrong….
In this internet-driven day and age, I think that setting up a Facebook profile for one’s unborn baby is an admirable act of efficiency and foresight. Profiles for pets are also excellent. If dogs can now star on Britain’s Got Talent, and talk on the Montel Williams show, and masturbate on YouTube, then it’s only a matter of time before they master social networking. Someone should probably start setting up some profiles for super-space monkeys as well, just in case, eh alord?!
If anyone’s interested, my fiancee and me are about to start trying for a baby, and the little tyke’s already set up a Facebook profile. As of his last update he’s just swimming around inside his daddy right now, though he has managed to get a high score on Tetris.
OHhhhhhhhhhhh my GOD I hate these facebook profiles for babies (or cats or dogs or whatever). And the poor child has a Farmville, it is doomed already. I delete all friends who put their child as their photo or have more than 5 statuses a week about their children’s bowel movements/way of smiling/drawing on the walls and so on.
Light through the little hole?!? Christ smothered in gouda, coated in syrup (just for you alord), and spread on a cracker – who thinks of that whilst having a baby… “puuuush, wait I need to update the unborn baby’s facebook!!!!”
My friend has profiles for his rabbit (now deceased and deleted) and this trombone. I find those are far more acceptable than profiles for fetuses and babies. I also have to ask Chloe: Why are you hatin’ on Honey Bunches of Oats? I know Honey Bunches of Goats are better, but don’t complain about that!
I’m five months pregnant at the moment, and wouldn’t dream of doing something like this. I refuse to add my friend’s kids on facebook, when they haven’t even hit one yet, especially because they put awful status updates like ‘Marcus loves hes nanny’. No word of a lie. Not to mention the baby’s father would probably cut the baby from me and make a run for it if I was to do something so horrifying to his child as make it a facebook page.