Also, I love it when people post random useless information on facebook. I especially love statuses that explain every single second of someone's day.
(soandso) just woke up! I climbed out of bed. Then I said my prayers. Then I went to the bathroom. Then I went downstairs. Then I ate some cereal. Then I checked my watch. Then I took a shower. Now I am puting on my mascara as I update my status. As soon as I am finished I am going to walk to my car and then I will drive down the street then I will turn right then left then right and end up at the supermarket where I will buy cheese. Love you facebookers!
Also, I REALLY love status games when people change their last name to the first person who 'likes' their status. It's especially awesome when I don't know who my friends are because of these fun games.
And last, but not least, I love when people leave everyone hanging out their status. [(soandso) is so sad.] [comment: why?] [no response]. If you don't want to talk about it, there is this thing where you don't have to post it on facebook. Crazy how that works.
I am sure this is all exactly what Mark Zuckerburg intended when he created what was once known as 'The Facebook'. I think perhaps the Winklevii should have suggested not only exclusivity for college students, but also for everyone who doesn't want to deal with Farmville invites and 30 comment long status conversations.
Sorry if that rant is offensive, it is late and I am tired. Facebook means different things to different people. Everyone can use it how they like. I just had to put my thoughts somewhere.