It seems to me that lately updating your facebook status has become the most important thing in some people's lives. I guess you've all heard of Jason Valdez, the guy that updated his Facebook status SIX TIMES and added twelve new friends while robbing a bank and during a police standoff. It made me wonder, which are the other inappropriate times and places for using your phone, updating you Facebook status or simply texting other people to let them know what is going on. Well, here are the top ten worst possible circumstances to do so:
People just love presenting themselves as highly emotional, complex and deeply carrying human beings, but somehow it doesn't sound too sincere when you write how sad and overwhelmed with pain you are, while sitting AT the funeral.Â Get your f***ing head out of your phone! You're at a funeral, show some respect, or at least pretend to do so.
She'll enjoy that magical life fulfilling moment of holding her child in her hands for the very first time in a second. She just needs to update her Facebook status first so all of her friends and family could enjoy that magical moment as well, at the exact same time with her, while the nurse is probably wondering whetherÂ to call to social security service or to write on her Facebook page about howÂ obnoxiousÂ this woman is.
Catastrophic earthquake has hit the south western Chinese province of SichuanÂ and the rescuing crews are doing everything they can to evacuate the victims that are still stuck under the ruins and are updating their Facebook statuses on regular basis.
Or any date... I wrote first because I simply assumed there wont be a second.Â "Man, do I feel special with you giving your undivided attention to... your Facebook friends! Maybe I should let know all of MY friends what an insensitive cow I'm sharing my meal with. ThisÂ is outrageous!"
"Am I the only one arguing with a half naked guy in skin tight panties?" is definitely great conversation starter, but you might wanna wait fifteen minutes for the security to come and takes the fruit cake away before posting it.
You can see the moment when the groom realizes he is probably making the biggest mistake in his life for marrying this woman, but somehow he feels it is too late to quit now. He'll probably let her know how he feels through Facebook by commenting on her wedding status.
For whatever reason you're in the bathroom and whatever you're doing, believe me, nobody wants to read about it on your Facebook page. I know it sounds unbelievable, but that is the truth. No one cares. Therefor, please, stop it.
Tell me, is it just me or are the social networks taking over our whole lives? It sure looks so, at least if judging by these ten extreme cases. It's like the real life serves just as subtext for the more perfect life they live in the virtual reality. Networks like Facebook, My Space and others give us the opportunity to create a better version of ourselves and make an overall better impression. That is because we can carefully plan every detail of our presentation, share only the photos in which we look good, show only those of our attributes that we think are good enough for others to see, and those that aren't we simply pass over.
Do you know any other inappropriate circumstances for updating you Facebook status, or texting someone that we haven't already mentioned here. If do, please, feel free to let us know about that in the comments.written by: Sanela Todjeras,Â copyrighted Â© artsyswag.com sources: 1|2