My mother has a facebook account and so does my aunt and uncle. It's not that bad, however I took down any incriminating pictures a while back (due to job reasons).
AHAHAHha, thats right by my house! 5 mins away!
Personally I would probably be more concerned with what I would see on my parents' pages.
Amazing coincidence : my father requested friendship on facebook yesterday ! I accepted gladly, but I'm 29 and he does not speak english. I must say I thought of removing some pictures, but eventually I did not.
These days to date a girl you have to accept her parents as facebook friends, too
..... i guess if you're 14?
That's what you think. My girlfriend's dad joined facebook, befriended me, and posted a flurry of messages all over my wall, all in the same day. It freaked her out.
Just stay out of facebook. There's enough awkwardness in normal life.
It's called ignoring friend requests.
My mother recently joined facebook to communicate with her golf and bridge buddies, but she knows better than to friend request me.
I feel the love:rofl:
lol My dad was telling my brother today there is a Facebook group called "Parents whose children won't friend them."
100% agreement on that.
On occasion I get requests from people I know, but don't really know (if you know what I mean). They just decide to friend me because we've talked once in the lounge. I usually just friend them, and unfriend them a few weeks later. That way they dont feel bad about not being friended, and forget by the time I unfriend them. The only problem is that then you keep popping up as 'people you may know'! Then there like, hmmm wait a minute. :rofl:
It's kind of like firing someone on a friday. It avoids less problems throughout the week.
A couple of times (not anymore fortunately) when I was extremely drunk, I posted on random people's pages saying stuff that didn't make sense. It was embarrasing to say the least.
I'm still in college.
But this has nothing to do with facebook. It's only because you found out how you behave when drunk.
Just think about the ammount of CO2e attributable to people poking each other and writing the word lol. bastards.
The party is over? Facebook was a party? It's just an emmence vapid exercise in bullsh*t
I'm a parent and there isn't any way I want to look at my daughters page.
I know way more than I want to already.
I agree...when it comes to the older teenagers. However, when it comes to the little one...we watch her like a hawk. She's not on facebook but several of her elementary school friends are...thanks to their parents and grandparents.
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