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Nostalgic

Discussion in 'Personal' started by katherinelily, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. I've just scrolled down and looked through Facebook from now since when I opened it in 2007; I'm not a huge Facebook user so it didn't take as long as it would have if I was on there every day.
    It made me feel very nostalgic, for friends and colleagues who I now rarely (if ever) speak to, for times that are long gone, for the old days really.
    I wonder if in three years I'll come back to 2011 and be nostalgic for these days, too.
     
  2. I've just scrolled down and looked through Facebook from now since when I opened it in 2007; I'm not a huge Facebook user so it didn't take as long as it would have if I was on there every day.
    It made me feel very nostalgic, for friends and colleagues who I now rarely (if ever) speak to, for times that are long gone, for the old days really.
    I wonder if in three years I'll come back to 2011 and be nostalgic for these days, too.
     
  3. Mine would show a few apparent friendships with people who I do actually "know" in real life but who were never interested in communicating with me by any other means than FB. I just don't get it and those people end up in the bin of "friendships" which aren't worth the effort.
     

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