What I LOVE
Facebook is fun! The one thing I love about FB is the funny memes, funny stories, and funny videos. The things people come up with! Back in the day, before FB, we would never have been exposed to all this silliness from random people. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve hopped on FB, read something funny, and it instantly brightened my mood!
|Hahaha! This is so me!|
Furthermore, I’ve met and become friends with a lot of people all over the world through Facebook. Of course, before FB and the internet, this would never have happened. I met all of the Saucy Wenches on the Sookieverse Blog. We then started a FB group to discuss random things, which was convenient for me because I was FB fluent at that point. THEN, some of us formed another group based on our love of the Fever series. It was here that we grew even closer and eventually this blog you are reading was formed. We owe it all to the internet, Sookieverse, and Facebook!
What I HATE
Here comes the downside.
Facebook is addictive. To be honest, I am on it way too much. Yes, I can admit my faults, and this is one of them. It’s so hard to not just click it and see what’s “going on”. Maybe it appeals to my nosiness? LOL!
On the other hand, there are times that I purposely will not get on, just so that I can really enjoy my Real Life or get things done without distraction. I should do that more often! I bet my husband would agree...
So, on Facebook, people post quotes or emotional posts sometimes. They may have one particular thing in mind when they post (or nothing at all in mind!), but there's no telling how many people are reading that and thinking that it sounds like something that may pertain to them personally. And there's no way to clear up that misunderstanding! I hate misunderstandings, in general, so this is definitely a huge pet peeve of mine with FB. You just have to take it all with a grain of salt, but that is easier said than done.
|I feel you, Dean.|
|Texting AND Facebook|
What do you think? Is Facebook fun or more trouble than it's worth?