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Oh god, my brother has been to his ex-girlfriends funeral. They buried her. We come from a family that cremates not buries, I can't imagine what it like to see that.

I can't even phone him because the reception is so bad at the moment.
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Dad: 'So we're going away ----. You can have a friend over if you want. A guy friend, maybe' *looks pointedly at me*

Ah the awkward moment when even your father is so concerned that at 23 you've never mentioned a boy before or had one over, makes it obvious that you can invite men round for sex while they're away.
Originally Posted by kat180
My dad was the same with me and I didn't do the deed until I was 23. And it still carries on though not as much.

I'm 30 now and I may no longer hold my v-card but I still haven't had a guy stay over at their house.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
It's comforting to know I'm not the only one this has happened to!
Since I've *known* a lot of you guys on here for a few years now, thought I might as well ask.

I won a giveaway on a book blog - $50 of amazon.com gift vouchers. In the end it was decided they couldn't give me the equivalent (32.50) in amazon.co.uk gift cards since it was a group prize coming from several people which was unfortunate but fair enough.

I can use the amazon.com vouchers - but I'll have to pay quite a bit for shipping and might well be hit with a custom charge on top.

I was wondering if anyone wanted to do a swap with me? Send the equivalent via paypal and I'll forward the email gift cards to you? There are two gift cards and since it's just a code on an email, I presume anyone can use them?

Anyway - please PM if interested
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Originally Posted by curlylaura

Where's the pie chart that explains why someone wants 300 people to know what errands they have to do, how many times a week they go to the gym, or what they made for dinner?

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I've given it about 10 tries now, and I still think The Big Bang Theory is seriously un-funny.
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Originally Posted by curlylaura
Haha, no offense to anyone who has deleted their FB, but it seems that "I deleted my FB account" has become the new "I don't *do* FB." As if not "*doing*" FB was some badge of honor. I have surgeons, lawyers, CEOs, college professors, an electrical engineer, etc. among my FB friends, so I don't think it's an activity only reserved for those lower on the intelligence or socioeconomic scales. I'm a private person, and I keep my private isht private, but I enjoy being able to keep up with old friends and family across the country--people whom I would otherwise never see or hear from. I even found a long-lost, important family member through FB--for free, which would have never been the case without FB.

That said, I do recognize that FB is a platform for all sorts of negativity: attention whoorishness, narcissism, triviality, a forum through which to spread messages of hate, cyberbullying, viruses, scams, etc. People given to these behaviors are going to find an outlet or venue irrespective of FB's existence.

Like anything else in life, it has its pros and cons.

If you hate FB and deleted your account or never got involved to begin with:

Conversely,

If you love it and spend hours each day driving all your "friends" crazy posting each time you blink or take a breath: (I'll just eliminate your updates from my feed--no problem)
OK, I admit it.....I'm an alias! I wasn't born with the name Honeycurls!
Dood, get over it; there's no time limit on lurking.

I so busy runnin' allllllll over the place and ain't nobody chasin' me!
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Haha, no offense to anyone who has deleted their FB, but it seems that "I deleted my FB account" has become the new "I don't *do* FB." As if not "*doing*" FB was some badge of honor. I have surgeons, lawyers, CEOs, college professors, an electrical engineer, etc. among my FB friends, so I don't think it's an activity only reserved for those lower on the intelligence or socioeconomic scales. I'm a private person, and I keep my private isht private, but I enjoy being able to keep up with old friends and family across the country--people whom I would otherwise never see or hear from. I even found a long-lost, important family member through FB--for free, which would have never been the case without FB.

That said, I do recognize that FB is a platform for all sorts of negativity: attention whoorishness, narcissism, triviality, a forum through which to spread messages of hate, cyberbullying, viruses, scams, etc. People given to these behaviors are going to find an outlet or venue irrespective of FB's existence.

Like anything else in life, it has its pros and cons.

If you hate FB and deleted your account or never got involved to begin with:

Conversely,

If you love it and spend hours each day driving all your "friends" crazy posting each time you blink or take a breath: (I'll just eliminate your updates from my feed--no problem)
Originally Posted by Honeycurls
Fb banks on us being morons & giving away our own information freely. The third party companies are having a field day with this. Zynga, marketing research firms, even China is able to see so much more free and paid info beause of Mark Zuckerbergs unethical arse. No matter how you lick the stamp being off is safer than being on.
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I think it's great for someone like Scrills, who knows a million people from everywhere, or for someone who wants to keep in touch with a group without sending duplicate email messages.

I quit shortly after trying it out a few years ago. It made me feel.....exposed in a creepy way.

I also find it hard to believe that every single person I "may" know is leading an absolutely fantastic life.
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Originally Posted by curlylaura
Haha, no offense to anyone who has deleted their FB, but it seems that "I deleted my FB account" has become the new "I don't *do* FB." As if not "*doing*" FB was some badge of honor. I have surgeons, lawyers, CEOs, college professors, an electrical engineer, etc. among my FB friends, so I don't think it's an activity only reserved for those lower on the intelligence or socioeconomic scales. I'm a private person, and I keep my private isht private, but I enjoy being able to keep up with old friends and family across the country--people whom I would otherwise never see or hear from. I even found a long-lost, important family member through FB--for free, which would have never been the case without FB.

That said, I do recognize that FB is a platform for all sorts of negativity: attention whoorishness, narcissism, triviality, a forum through which to spread messages of hate, cyberbullying, viruses, scams, etc. People given to these behaviors are going to find an outlet or venue irrespective of FB's existence.

Like anything else in life, it has its pros and cons.

If you hate FB and deleted your account or never got involved to begin with:

Conversely,

If you love it and spend hours each day driving all your "friends" crazy posting each time you blink or take a breath: (I'll just eliminate your updates from my feed--no problem)
Originally Posted by Honeycurls
Fb banks on us being morons & giving away our own information freely. The third party companies are having a field day with this. Zynga, marketing research firms, even China is able to see so much more free and paid info beause of Mark Zuckerbergs unethical arse. No matter how you lick the stamp being off is safer than being on.
Originally Posted by sienna40
Because they couldn't othewise get the info? Because "morons" won't be "morons" without the assistance of FB? LinkedIn anyone? Adsense? Email? Online banking? I'm fairly certain there is some inherent level of danger in anything that is Internet-based, better get off the innerwebs altogether, then, to ensure your "safety."

My account is totally private; you can't even search and find my name unless you're my friend already. I don't play games; "like" or "subscribe" to any businesses, products, celebs, etc.; or share any other private information that would be useful to anyone outside of my circle of friends and family. So, forgive my ignorance, but I don't understand the clear and present danger. I say "hello" to my dad and siblings across the country...look at pics of my old childhood friends and their children/grandchildren/spouses...occasionally share special photos with my family and friends...occasionally share happy life events that only my friends and family will be interested in.

I reiterate, I realize that nothing is 100% safe...but then, nothing in life is.
OK, I admit it.....I'm an alias! I wasn't born with the name Honeycurls!
Dood, get over it; there's no time limit on lurking.

I so busy runnin' allllllll over the place and ain't nobody chasin' me!
I must be getting lazy since I pretty much went into that thread and went tl:dr and left.

Suzanne Collins killed me with Mockingjay. What a depressing book that was! Need happy reads! Maybe I should get to watching some k-drama to cheer me up.
^^But I REALLY AM! MY LIFE IS AMAZING...LOOK AT ME!!!!!1!!!

Originally Posted by nynaeve77
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