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What do you think Joe.
Do you think someone at Facebook will go through the millions of users some day and look at your profile and steal all your good posts and pictures. If you are using facebook as a terrorist however I would be worried.
Umm, I guess their Android app is a bit slow though?
facebook photos are pretty much the most boring things ever.
Oh hey, you went out! How nice for you! Oh, and you did it last wednesday as well? And Saturday! And... oh right, that's all you ever do. And your smile is exactly the same in every photo. Actually your photos kind of look like an attempt at PR. This is fucking creepy. What the fuck is wrong with your self esteem that you think you need these photos on facebook to prove your self worth? Why do you even do this? Is it just to look like you enjoy your life? What's the point in that? WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU I HATE THIS WORLD AWRWGEDSHIGSDFHG
And considering whether the guy who fritters his days away playing haxball and listening to Perfume Genius in his parent's house is the real winner.
(I think the answer is still, incredibly, yes.)
no matter how good your life is, someone is always having a better one. However, I think it's more of a case of representation rather than an actual reflection of one's life.
is that it connects you to every person you've been romantically involved with (just by the protocol of adding them when you meet them).
I know the pros of modern technology outweigh the cons, but being able to not see or hear from someone again is almost impossible nowadays, and makes any kind of blanket separation quite tough.
I thought I'd avoided this with my ex as they weren't on Facebook when we were going out. They've since joined up and added me as a friend. I couldn't very well refuse as that'd seem a bit rude/petty.
after the epic dissolution of my 2-year relationship. It was the smartest thing I ever did in terms of moving on. It's been 8 months since the breakup and I still haven't reactivated it. I just don't miss it.
I know that I'm quite good at taking a dull event and turning it into a status update where I make it sound far more entertaining than it actually was at the time so I assume everyone else is doing the same.
i see loads of people on facebook who are utterly dull fucktards and i see a very very small number of people i'm jealous of. overall facebook makes me feel pretty content about my position in life.
Sad fact: my DiS friends slightly outnumber real life friends. :(
On the other hand, 7 is better than none. :)
Now, who can tell me about this Facebook stuff? Do's and don't's. How do I get the nice big picture? Etc.
Also, please PM if you want to be friends. DiS friends are way less complicated than real friends!
facing the audience and posing for wacky photos, then tweeting/updating their facebook profile etc etc etc, they want you to think they're having a great time, but really they hate themselves. Not as much as everyone else hates them though, admittedly.
Alternatively, they might actually just be having a really amazing life, it's one of the two.
Went quite well considering.
and you find time to take 70-odd pictures of you and your friends then your night probably isn't all that great.
it does not mean they are happy. no matter how good they look or what they are doing.