Have You Facebook-ed Lately?
I am addicted to Facebook, I guess most of you know that. Games, updating status, commenting…… In fact Facebook is a great way to keep in touch with friends and family.
But I am overdosed with Facebook. Everyday, I spend at least 4 hours on Facebook. Weekends, if I did not go out, I’d be hooked on Facebook for 6 or 8 hours. Scary, isn’t it?
Lately, I finally have enough of Facebook. The games are getting boring, and the comments I received from friends in Facebook over my status, photos or whatever I posted, is overwhelming. I realised, I’ve lost my privacy and freedom to share. I have always hold on to one belief, if you have nothing good to say, please don’t say it. However, it is not everyone who could do just that. I’ve received some comments that weren’t so pleasant to read. Sometimes I just needed to share my frustration and it attracted unwanted remarks that could make me feel so bad about myself. Many a times people try to be smart to teach or advise me on what to do best but they forgot all I need is just some listening ears (or I should say reading eyes). Usually all I shared was a statement yet they misunderstood it was a question and they started throwing me tonnes of answers and better still, questioning.
Anyway, I can’t just start blaming everybody since I was the one who would like to share in the first place. So, to give myself a break from all the unwanted comments, I’ve decided it is time for me to take a break from Facebook. Took me more than a year to realise excessive sharing of my personal life in Facebook isn’t a good thing, at all.
Guess you will be seeing more of me here in the blogosphere. Blogging or writing is still the best way to share compare to those “status updates” in Facebook. Perhaps, I shall be more careful in what I share in the future.
I think most of you out there would start saying “who asked you to share/write so much in Facebook, you brought it upon yourself”. Well, maybe. Fortunately I still have my sense to put a stop to it. :)
It is time to get back on the normal track of my life. Start reading and picking up things that I left behind for so long that I couldn’t even remember.
Now, let’s see some funny clips from South Park. I was laughing so hard and kept nodding my head to see how true they are. :)