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By Anonymous / Saturday 3 November 2012 10:02 / Australia - Queanbeyan
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By  twinny_sc  |  13

Haha that same shit happened to me. I got a call from my mom, sister, and best friend asking why I removed them as friends on Facebook. Then when I said I deleted it they were baffled. Damn social media.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

I'm with 2. I deleted mine a year ago and I get random texts and calls asking why I deleted them from my Facebook. I respond by pointing it out that it took them so long haha.

By  twinny_sc  |  13

Haha that same shit happened to me. I got a call from my mom, sister, and best friend asking why I removed them as friends on Facebook. Then when I said I deleted it they were baffled. Damn social media.

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  conholio33  |  25

Or have both and internet life and a sim life! But then again i like playing the sims and the sims 2.....

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

37, I'm guessing 4 has a healthy dose of using the internet for just the right amount of time. Just as you probably do and I actually do. It's the people who think they are worthless or no one cares about them if they aren't online, getting the attention they crave. Or even the people who will sit and play video games for a half of a day and then complain they never have enough time in the day. My boyfriend was like that when we were first together but, over time, he realized how much more he can get done if he sets a time limit to gaming. And, no, I'm not a controlling girlfriend; he figured this out on his own.

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  laurenlovesjb  |  20

The OP maybe will be willing to call the sister, but some people just are too lazy to get off their Facebooks, Twitters, etc, and they won't even make/take a phone call. Some of my relatives are like that. My cousin doesn't talk to me except on Facebook, and ever since I deleted that I haven't heard one word from her.

By  bybib  |  20

Explain it to her and try to set up a time to call and just talk. Might work. If all else fails Facebook accounts are not truly deleted, just deactivated. Just log in again to reactivate.

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  NeonPopRocks  |  14

Actually, it's a really god way to connect with people, because my real father lives in Quebec and has a REALLY HEAVEY French accent, so I can't understand him on the phone and it's too far away to visit......

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  metaphoristic  |  8

Yeah it's a good way to connect in situations like yours, but in short-distance (?) relationships you can communicate more efficiently without the need for Facebook

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