12 weird things we don’t understand about facebooking
Scrolling through your News Feed can be more of a nuisance than a pleasure these days,thanks to some weird antics, interesting and unsolicited interactions these days.
I’ve been online, in fact on facebook for years and there are still some things I just cannot grasp about social media. I think I’m not the only one that struggles to comprehend the following Facebook trends:
1. People who like their own posts.
Five minutes after the user have posted a status. I get a notification that someone have liked something I’m tagged in. I check to see and it’s the same person who posted.
But I’m not into liking something I’ve posted about myself. Maybe I’ve missed something here?
2. People who like their own memories.
I understand sharing them, of course I have been sharing some interesting memories of mine for the past one week.
I’m a bit lost on liking your own memory (which you originally liked when posting the first time).lol
3. Direct messages.
When you don’t react or comment to someone’s post and they send it to you in a direct message. Now I know you’ve seen me read it and I have to say something.Some also do not comment of a status directly but rather send the comment via inbox…Interesting
4. People that post long videos to your timeline.
I have to say goodbye to my data to watch a video someone else thought I’d find amusing. For the record, they were wrong (and now I’m low on data).lol
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