Top 10 facebook posts we hate the most

Posted On Sep 26 2013 by

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Top Ten facebook posts we hate the most…

10. The thinly veiled pity-party: “I guess I’m a bad person and my kids don’t want to talk to me.”

9. The vague reference: “Well that’s gonna screw up my day.”

8. The no argument: “What I post here is my opinion and no one can argue with me!”

7. The grossout: “OMG I can’t believe the stuff that’s oozing out of my big toe.”

6. The TMI: (really…I’d rather not post an example…it’s a family blog).

5. The ongoing pity-party: “I hate feeling this way.” “I really don’t want to feel this way.” “I wish I didn’t feel this way.” and so on and so on…

4. The no self-esteem: “I’m sooo drunky-poo right now.”

3. The shameless self promotion: “Sooo excited to be speaking at the Way Better Me conference this Saturday at 6pm at the corner of…”

2. The what could be more meaningless: “I’m bored.”

and the number one facebook post we hate the most…

1. Anything that instructs me to “click and share” if I love Jesus. Thou Shalt Like my Page is not the 11th Commandment.

Okay, I know you’ve got a few to add the list. Let’s hear ’em!

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Last Updated on: September 27th, 2013 at 4:55 am, by Ron

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4 responses to “Top 10 facebook posts we hate the most

  1. I think I feel the same way about Facebook the way Jeff Foxworthy compares other families to his. In fact this quote about ‘the state fair’ I believe applies to Facebook posts and visits. Read and enjoy from the redneck wisdom of the closest thing we have to Will Rogers in our times:

    “If you ever start feeling like you have the goofiest, craziest, most dysfunctional family in the world, all you have to do is go to a state fair. Because five minutes at the fair, you’ll be going, ‘you know, we’re alright. We are dang near royalty.'”
    Jeff Foxworthy


    • Oh I hear ya. Whenever I worry about someone taking my job, I just visit facebook. Then I know the pool of candidates is pretty shallow.