Quitting Facebook makes life easier – Facebook is truly an amazing hypothesis that has garnered attention of people all over the world since its inception. Nonetheless, the fact that users are getting addicted is definitely a concern.
My friends and colleagues often crib about how Facebook has been constantly changing its privacy statements or the format, for that matter.
Facebook is truly an amazing hypothesis that has garnered attention of people all over the world since its inception. Nonetheless, the fact that users are getting addicted is definitely a concern.
Here I mention a few reasons why one can quit Facebook or how our lives would have been better had this social media site not seen the day of light.
– I am pretty sure that every user on Facebook has, at one time or another, picked up a fight with their friend(s) on the site. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but some cretins are such that they will berate you time and again about the same. Do you need this?
– Facebook, unfortunately, has become an eyesore. Literally. At times I come across posts that are so small (and not to mention, annoying) that they affect my eyes and brain adversely.
– Regrettably, there is no button that reads “Categorise and Ignore All the Lame Requests that People Send”. I would just love to ignore all the stupid gaming requests that people send just to move up another level and earn more coins.
– Mark Zuckerberg knows enough about many people, thanks to one million members registered to the account. I am certain that everyone read about the different ways Facebook tries to “protect” the privacy of its members.
– I have never seen a person using hashish and heroin simultaneously. Twitter already is an addiction and I do not need another means of procrastinating my goals. Yes Facebook. I am talking to you.
It goes without saying that being connected to Facebook at all times deprives us the opportunity to present us our skills in actuality.
Personally, I would say that life can be better without Facebook, since there are other means of keeping in touch. Wouldn’t you agree with the same?