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Facebook and family members

Discussion in 'Personal' started by DM, May 26, 2011.

  1. DM

    DM New commenter

    Here's a radical thought. Why don't you just delete your FB account?
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    I quite like my facebook account.
    I've hidden my teenage niece (she lives in the south of England so I don't see her often) because I couldn't be doing with all that teenage **** that her and her friends post. It's a pity since she's often very funny. I did realise, though, that in the olden days adults weren't "friends" with teenage relatives to the point of sharing the same things with them that they shared with adult relatives and friends. Facebook encourages us to forget some fairly simple social mores.
  3. Indeed. Although I think some teenagers simply forget ho many people they have friended.

  4. [​IMG]
    Well they did ask for advice.
    This all means nothing to me !
  5. Ohhhhhh, Vienna!

    cyolba, showing his age :)

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