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Perfidious Porpoise
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:08
I gather that you were one of the mean girls at Barnsley Comp then.
Rhamnousia
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:10
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She was a COMPLETE moron, our kid
Judy_Carter
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:12
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I especially hate it when those posts are put onto LinkedIn
sarcastic fringehead
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:13
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Bet she's slimmer too.
Rhamnousia
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:13
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I wonder if you've just seen the same one as me, JC!
Judy_Carter
Posted - 06 June 2018 18:17
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hashtag "humble"
Chambers
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:05
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I grew up near one of them. Her parents were all over the place saying our girl has got a brilliant job down in London, who'd have thought it, 'beams'.

Turned out she was just telephone flogging advetising space in magazines.
.....Meh
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:12
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OMFG there are *SO* many smug linkedin posts!! They make me want to smack people in the face!!
Tam
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:15
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I hate the smug photos of food

and the ‘I’m fighting [insert disease] and I love life and my family and everyone’ blog type stuff from people I don’t know who have no privacy settings.
3-ducks
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:37
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Me: any pro-EU sh*t

"I'm ashamed to be British nowadays. We love E.U!!!"

**** off and live in Luxembourg then you ****ing ****.
Bloody Nora
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:48
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”My boyfriend/husband is the best boyfriend/husband in the world, I am so lucky blah blah blah!”

Well why don’t you just go and give him a blow job or something then, Claire? Because Facebook sure as shyt doesn’t care.
3-ducks
Posted - 06 June 2018 19:50
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heh
Bloody Nora
Posted - 06 June 2018 20:07
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The bloke in question has usually got a face like a bag of smashed crabs as well (to use a Phoebe-ism).
Hal Incandenza
Posted - 06 June 2018 20:10
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Why should that matter? I thought it was all about "personality"?
Bloody Nora
Posted - 06 June 2018 20:14
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It doesn’t matter. She’s the one who has to shag him, not me.
MrSquaresMagicCircle
Posted - 07 June 2018 05:31
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Someone wrote a great blog post on this called 7 ways to be insufferable on facebook. V funny.
chimp_
Posted - 07 June 2018 05:58
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I dislike the ones that refer to a place as though it's a person, like "Edinburgh, you've been amazing!"

This is probably just my own hang-up though and not something that anyone else cares about.
Parsnip
Posted - 07 June 2018 08:12
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So angry right now. Sometimes you just don’t know who to trust.


: you ok hun
: aww i’ll Pm you
Wellington
Posted - 07 June 2018 08:45
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if you are on facebook and therefore able to see such posts you are part of the problem
bananaman returns
Posted - 07 June 2018 08:50
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"Congrats"

If you can't change the auto-created "well done" message, do you really think someone you barely know personally but pretend you are best mates with will think "What a nice touch, I must remember to give them £10m of business/a job."
Misshoolie
Posted - 07 June 2018 09:02
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A girl I went to school with had a rough divorce a couple of years ago, and it seems like every time FB time hop reminds her of a family photo she posted five years ago or whatever, she shares it with a LONG narrative about how she said she was happy when she posted that photo, but actually her evil husband had just called her fat:/ ritually sacrificed their first born etc and goes on and on in excruciating detail, then ends with a load of hashtags about how strong and free she is now.

I wish we were closer so I could say, you will cringe at yourself when you are more over this.


January Sails
Posted - 07 June 2018 09:09
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Any of those rambling posts that basically tell you you're a heartless bastard if you don't repost them. Look we all know someone with cancer and I really don't think me copying a pasting some cliche is going to cure them.
T. Romb Owner
Posted - 07 June 2018 09:31
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So this happened

(insert photo of a plate of food on a restaurant table)

ladypart .
cІubman
Posted - 07 June 2018 09:50
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Passive aggressive side swipes at current spouses.

I’m assuming it’s the forerunner to what MissHoolie said above.

Parsnip
Posted - 07 June 2018 09:59
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do the i'manarcissistickhuntchallenge post a selfie of yourself every day for 2 years and share with 200 other people i nominate bella sam michelle bubs etc
Keith Talent
Posted - 07 June 2018 12:20
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Chimp_ you are most definitely not alone on that one. The one that particularly grates for me is "[insert somewhere dull] we're coming to getcha".

Oh do f**k off
Rhamnousia
Posted - 07 June 2018 12:33
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in that vein my most disliked is "[insert location] I am in you"
Muggy Mike
Posted - 07 June 2018 12:39
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We used to live in a 'socially mixed' area of a regional city. The primary school facebooks page would be full of rants from the Jeremy Kyle Mums about how great a Mum they are and if anyone has a problem they can 'say it to their face' (usually following some sort of school/social services intervention).

Maybe change your profile pic from that one of you caning a four pack of Nelson first eh luv?
Queenie E
Posted - 07 June 2018 12:56
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1. The attention seeking 'u ok hun?' ones

2. The 'cut and paste or you are a heartless bastard' ones

3 The posting of hoaxes that 5 seconds on Snopes would have debunked

4. The 'share if your proud to be British' ones

5. the pouty selfie ones

Capt Haddock
Posted - 07 June 2018 13:07
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heh @ the observations here.

Especially re linkedin, and gloating fb posts
Colonel Pantyfloofle
Posted - 07 June 2018 13:51
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That viral challenege where you have to take black and white photos.
Colonel Pantyfloofle
Posted - 07 June 2018 13:52
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The tagging yourself in the BA First Lounge
Colonel Pantyfloofle
Posted - 07 June 2018 13:53
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Posts about blockchain by people who can't even turn on their computer
chimp_
Posted - 07 June 2018 14:26
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in that vein my most disliked is "[insert location] I am in you"


Yeah this is pretty bad
Bloody Nora
Posted - 07 June 2018 14:36
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"The tagging yourself in the BA First Lounge"

That's just the Facebook equivalent of the "down the Airport lounge with X" threads on here.
Capt Haddock
Posted - 07 June 2018 15:36
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but BA lounges are simply sh1t
Ash89
Posted - 07 June 2018 15:54
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Agreed.
Bloody Nora
Posted - 07 June 2018 16:44
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Most people have never been in an airport lounge though, so this is typical rofwankery.
cІubman
Posted - 07 June 2018 16:51
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but what do they do whilst they're killing time? there are only so shops to kill time in that you'd actually want to spend time in
Bailey*
Posted - 07 June 2018 17:08
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The “that feeling when you..” posts that end in tedious but ultimately predictable “oh no hun” responses. They are designed to elicit attention in a faux coy way that makes my blood burn.
struttah
Posted - 07 June 2018 17:20
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I am so glad that this whole facebooking, whatsapping, snappysnap, twitter business passed me by.

It just seems so life force sapping.
Misshoolie
Posted - 07 June 2018 17:39
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but what do they do whilst they're killing time? there are only so shops to kill time in that you'd actually want to spend time in


You may have noticed the seats in departures?
struttah
Posted - 07 June 2018 17:47
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Dunno, read a book?
p1sspoor
Posted - 09 June 2018 15:16
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The problem isn't the software. The problem is the people using it have no boundaries, and behave like arseholes with their phones, constantly staring down at the screen and talking loudly. It makes no sense to cry "oh Facebook/Twitter/whatsApp is a scurge I am so glad I am too old to have an interest in ra ra", as if those things are the problem.
rural_lawyer
Posted - 10 June 2018 08:34
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khunt posing with a glass of champagne, making sure you can see the bottle in the picture and That It Is Not Proceseco - oh look you can see the logo on her handbag and sunglasses too.

KILL THEM WITH FIRE


To be fair I think the “slummy mummy” type who posts a picture of a glass of Proseco as if it a symbol of ostentatious decadence when reallly it is just a cheap bottle of fizzy plonk that you can buy from Aldi is just as bad.