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Monday, January 21, 2013

The Facebook Factbook

Do you believe Facebook actions convey subtle messages? If yes, I'd recommend you to go through the rest of the blog. If no, I'd seriously recommend you to go through the rest of your blog.

·         Facebook insult,
o   level 1: Zero likes on your new display picture
o   level 2: A comment on your display picture getting more likes than the picture itself
o   level 3: Zero like and one comment on your display picture, with the comment having likes. 
·         Facebook agony,
o   level 1: A friend request sent yesterday to that-hot-girl still remaining unanswered
o   level 2: A friend request sent last month to that-hot-girl still remaining unanswered
o   level 3: Having to cancel the above request and sending a fresh one
·         Facebook irritation,
o   level 1: A comment such as 'How're you' on your status update
o   level 2: A comment such as 'How're you, Swati' on your status update  
o   level 3: A comment such as 'I'm fine, how're you?' on your status update
·         Facebook shamelessness,
o   level 1: Liking your own status
o   level 2: Being the only one to like the status
o   level 3: Tagging yourself in a comment below and liking the comment
·         Facebook lecherousness,
o   Level 1: Viewing all the 200 photos of that-hot-girl after she accepts your request
o   Level 2: Liking the 199th and 200th photo on the list
o   Level 3: Commenting ‘cute pic’ on the above
·         Facebook embarrassment,
o   Level 1: exponential likes on your pic with your crush
o   Level 2: Comments such as ‘bhabhi mast hai’ on the above
o   Level 3: Comment such as ‘bhabhi mast hai’ on a pic of yours with your sister
·         Facebook desperation,
o   Level 1: Messaging your friends to like your brand new solo photograph
o   Level 2: Needlessly tagging your friends in the photo on trees, clouds, the sun
o   Level 3: Tagging your friends in the only comment below
·         Facebook vanity,
o   Level 1: Cropping out your best friends from the photograph
o   Level 2: Blurring out the faces which cannot be cropped out
o   Level 3: Putting an paragraph of Keat’s ‘A thing of beauty’ in the caption

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