Annoying Facebook statuses – Facebook is one of the best things to have happened to us. I will acclimatize you to the kind of annoying status uploaders that exist online.
I believe that I speak for everyone around the world when I say that Facebook is one of the best things to have happened to us.
It is not only a cool social media platform, where you can maintain regular contact with your close ones, but you can also express your emotions to others.
However, it is important that people using this source set a barrier somewhere when it comes to updating their respective statuses.
Okay, now many of you might see me as a person who points a finger at people’s “Right to Expression”, but wait till I acclimatise you to the kind of status uploaders that exist online. You can be the judge then.
I myself have a few mass taggers in my Facebook profile and I assure you that they are nothing less than a pain in the neck. When someone tags you in a status, it generates interest and you have to read it; whether the status is good or bad, the judgement is for later.
Post reading the status, arrives the dilemma whether to “Like” the status or not. To think about it, tagging posts makes it an obligation to “Like” the status. Oh and no, I do not want to like a status that reads, “Good Night. Sleeping with Sridhar Krishnan and 19 others”!
Facebook Wall Conversationalists
More often than not, these statuses have two participants – the one who posts the status and the other, to whom it is directed (…remember tagging?). The annoying part about it is that the entire conversation becomes public, even if it’s a baseless one.
This category of conversationalists needs to be introduced to the personal chat option on Facebook or the cool gadgets that go by the name ‘cell phones’.
The Desperate Cretins
This lot of Facebook users is a scary one. It browses numerous, random profiles and sends requests with a message that is not only creepy, but shows desperation too.
Imagine logging into your Facebook account where you have a message notification. It comprises a compliment about your profile picture, a hint of narcissism, a request to exchanging phone number and acceptance of the invite.
I would conclude it as not a pleasant experience.
I believe that this sub-section speaks for itself. The statuses coming from these people always revolve around politics. To top that, these individuals are also conspiracy theorists, as they provide their insight into a particular political situation.
You browse through your Facebook newsfeed when you come across one of your friends’ status claiming life as being unfair on different grounds. Is Facebook the right place to complain?
Honestly, nobody cares about how shitty a day at office was for someone. Moreover, even if someone reverts to the status, it is usually a sympathising one, which does not help.
Bottom line: Not many people empathise to cribbing. Moving on and finding a solution is the best way to overcome grief.
“Too Much Information” Providers
If you are unemployed at the time of posting one such status, here’s an advice: your potential employers browse your Facebook profile to learn more about you.
Enquiring on Facebook about medicine for a yeast infection is a strict no.
If you have sold drugs or prescriptions in secrecy to get through college, keep it to yourself. Posting one such status will land you “Friend Request” from the law enforcement officials.
All I am saying is that Facebook is a boon. Twisted minds and desperation requests ruin the experience for not only that person, but also for the recipients. Putting Facebook to good use has its fair share of benefits.