While many people refer to Facebook as the Devil's Playground, and I have to be honest, I'm not sure that they are wrong, it also has a lot of good aspects. It gives you the ability to reunite with friends that you have lost touch with, reconnect with lost loves (Ha! Look at the butherface he ended up with) and keep in touch with family that you don't see. Although the family thing is a double edged sword.
"Hi Aunt Gertrude. I am really sorry that I wasn't able to come over Saturday and watch the DVD of Uncle Leonard's colonoscopy. I heard you made your famous liver and marshmallow green bean casserole. You know how sorry I am that I missed that! I just can't seem to shake this cold. Huh? What's that? Oh, you you saw the pictures on Facebook of me doing Jager shots and jello wrestling at Mardi Gras this weekend. Yes I do have a lot of beads. No, no, that wasn't my boyfriend. Just some guy I met. No I really was sick.That's what happens when you take Ambien and cold medicine... yeah, I'll come over right now. Yes I'll stop and pick up some marshmallows."
See double edged sword. Oh, and if you are wondering what a butherface is let me give you an example:
Wow, that girl has a rockin' body, but her face looks like a Pitbull's chew toy!
Well, some people have found away to say exactly what they are thinking without incurring the wrath of the proud parents. They simply add what I refer to as a dis-qualifier. For example:
|Looks just like his daddy!|
Hope she's smart 'cause Good God is that kid ugly! j/k
Well, at least now we know what it would have looked like if Mr.and Mrs. Frankenstein had a baby.LOL
That's your kid?!? It looks like something my cat coughed up! LOL j/k
Wow, not everyone can wear green hair. And what'd they cut it with? A weed-whacker? LOL j/k
|Cool Kid on FB|