Saturday, January 21, 2012


Some new trends that fb has brought in:
1) Telling everyone everything about everything you have done, every freaking time.

2) Telling everyone which place, restaurant or mall you are in, whether they are interested or not.

3) Uploading every photograph that you have specially clicked with an 'fb' motive, sometimes re-doing the  pose, if the actual moment is over. (e.g. a birthday kiss, a birthday cake smear, a birthday cake eating pose.)

4) Notifying a namesake by mistake, instead of the original person, as there are so many by the same name and you have so little time and you are in such a hurry to inform the world about what you are upto, that you do not realise that you have marked the wrong person with the same first name. But doesn't matter. The other person can also know of your achievement.

5) Throwing parties with the sole intent of clicking photos to upload later , showcasing how happening you are.

6) Bumping into people and obstructions as you are checking your notifications on your phone and not really caring much because the people or your nose (or whichever part of your body has bumped into something) is less important than the responses you are getting on fb.

7) Husbands wishing 'Happy Birthday' to wives on fb and later on forgetting the less important part of wishing in person. What better way of PDA? Of course the wife is too busy responding to notifications on fb and also to those saying how lucky she is to have a husband who wishes her on fb, to really notice!

8) Three family members having some quiet family time at home, as each one is busy responding to and uploading stuff on fb!

9) Artists, painters, photographers and writers getting less tolerant to critique as they are only used to statements like 'wow', 'fabulous', lovely, 'superb 'work', 'very well done'. Superb write up! Anyone who gives critique or development feedback is immediately written off.

10) Finally next- door neighbours excitedly running in and asking you to 'like' her/his post on fb!


  1. God... its so true and hilarious. We as humans are loosing our senses. I am glad someone expressing exactly my sentiments.


  2. @ Ravi... Well social networking is here to stay! Love it or hate it but you can't ignore it!:0