Facebook is crap. But we still love it.
So, today anyone who doesn’t have a Facebook seems to have a problem. Yes, a problem. Maybe some sort of technology phobia, because there’s very few people I’ve heard of that doesn’t have an account. Anyone who has never had any contact with the world brightest creation has missed a lot. They are just out of the loop, to say the least. But, what is so fantastic about this Facebook thing? It helps you keep in touch with friends all around the globe, yes and that’s great. Share pictures of your adventures or last night party for anyone who can’t remember. I’m pretty sure there are really good ways in which you can use Facebook, but, how many useless things can you do when you have an account? Thousands. Facebook is time-consuming, addictive and develops your most hidden stalker spirit. People often think of Facebook as their psychologist, where they can just spit out anything they are doing at the moment, from an exciting experience they just had to let everybody know they are breathing -and we love reading all that crap. It’s 9 pm one night and you see one of these statuses. You get interested and decide to click on that person’s profile and take a little peek. All of the sudden you find this one photo album and start clicking. No, you have no clue who the heck all these people are because you met this person when you were 7 years old and haven’t talked to him ever since. It doesn’t matter, you just keep going. You see this picture where this hot guy is in and go to his profile, redo the chain of actions you just did and so on. You end up looking at this girl from China’s profile and wondering how is it possible that it’s already 3 am when it didn’t seem that long. Most of times, after wasting useful hours, you remember you had something important to do, like a 400-word essay to write and send to your teacher by 2 pm. You promise to yourself you won’t open Facebook window again and stick your face...
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