We found a list online of the most annoying types of Facebook friends. And it’s pretty good, because they left off the really obvious ones like the friends who post too many photos of their kids.
Here’s the top ten . . .
- The friend who always falls for fake news stories. It happens a lot right now because of the election. A lot of the political memes you see are filled with made-up facts.
- The friend who constantly endorses the lame pyramid scheme they bought into. A lot of them tend to be health and fitness related.
- The friend who changes their profile picture too much. Once or twice a month is fine, but five times a month is a little much.
- The friend who uses GoFundMe to fund everything. Like for vacations and other stuff they should pay for themselves.
- The friend who’s intentionally vague about good news. They post something like, “Just got huge news, stay tuned.” So you have no idea what they’re talking about, but you feel obligated to like it anyway.
- The friend you don’t know very well, who starts liking photos you posted five years ago. So you suddenly feel like you’re being stalked. And it’s even worse if you’re a woman and it’s a BIKINI shot from five years ago.
- The friend who has an opinion about everything. Any time you post something that’s even slightly controversial, they’re all over it.
- The friend who posts pointless hashtags. Like a photo of a sunset, with five hashtags that say things like “blessed” and “beautiful.”
- The friend who asks questions on Facebook when they could just google the answer. Like asking for restaurant suggestions instead of checking Yelp.
- The friend who invites you to events on the other side of the country. They’re just inviting everyone they know to save time.
You’re not going to believe this, but Facebook just introduced a new feature that ISN’T a way to violate your privacy. I didn’t know they were even capable of that.
In fact, it’s sort of the OPPOSITE. It’s a new feature that lets you COMPLETELY avoid any trace of your EX.
As of yesterday, when you change your relationship status from “in a relationship” to “single,” Facebook will guide you through the process.
It’ll give you options to scrub any of their future posts from your news feed . . . to block your posts from showing up in THEIRS . . . and to remove any posts or photos you tagged them in.
They say the new options are, quote, “part of our ongoing effort to develop resources for people who may be going through difficult moments in their lives.”
A chocolate company in Belgium sells a device that lets you SNORT CHOCOLATE. It’s a little catapult where you fling cocoa powder up your nose. We’re not sure that’s safe, but if you want one you can order it for $50 at the TheChocolateLine.be.
A chocolate company in Belgium is selling the first device that lets you SNORT CHOCOLATE.
It’s basically a little catapult . . . you put some cocoa powder on it, and it flings the chocolate up your nose.
Is it safe? No one’s quite sure. There haven’t been any studies on what this could do to your nose or lungs.
For what it’s worth, back in January of last year, news reports came out about kids crushing up Smarties candies and snorting them . . . and experts said they could wind up with NASAL MAGGOTS.
Still, if you want a chocolate shooter plus two little containers of snortable cocoa powder, it costs about $50, plus international shipping. You can order at TheChocolateLine.be.
What’s the deal? All of the funniest and best news bloopers from 2014. *** WARNING: CURSE WORDS AND INAPPROPRIATE SITUATIONS ***
On Thursday night, a reporter in Las Vegas was doing a story on a new shopping center. And one of the people behind her was a kid who wouldn’t stop showing off his embarrassing DANCE moves.
It was actually half-dancing, and half-posing like he was on a catwalk or something. Then apparently someone in the crowd annoyed him, because he shot a nasty look their way . . . then went right back to dancing.