Saturday, May 12, 2007

Facebook is ruining my self-esteem

Not only does is suck the heck out of my energy source and sap my will to live, but it makes me feel like I am in high school again. I am constantly running through other people's friends lists and going "Oh, they are friends with him? I know him. How come he hasn't added me?? Doesn't he like me?" or "I added her. Why doesn't she add me? Is she trying to tell me something?"

Yes, this likely means I have issues. But we all knew that.

I've been wandering about on Facebook today and looking up people from my high school. I found a few who I remembered and actually liked. However, I wasn't much one for high school. It was not some of my better days. And so, there are few people I care to be in touch with. However, today, I found a couple of guys I knew from class and one I even met my first day of grade 2 when we moved to the city. So I added them.

And then I panicked.

I think making me go back to high school was the meanest thing Facebook ever did.


  1. Amen, preach it sister.

    (And sorry that I disappeared from Google talk today. I was talking to Brandy and she was telling me about some of the Sask Party's outrageous party platforms and I was getting too socialist to sit down anymore.)

  2. Tell me about it. I have someone that never accepted my friend request. Harsh.

    On the other hand, there are some people from elementary school that have not matured past 14. Not really surprised. I used to feel so hurt by them now I just see how pathetic they really are.

    You would not believe who I found on Facebook. I'll give you a couple hints:
    1) water polo
    2) hot, hot, hot
    3) Some girls in my program saw him naked at a retreat
    4) Duke of Hazard
    If you can't figure it out, you don't deserve to know.

  3. I LOVE HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. If you check out your convocation year (2000) you will find his pic.


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