By carolinagirl - 04/04/2011 16:23 - United States
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sorry, sorry, I've just seen a lot of trannys cause I lived in------ and there were lots of trannys and you so happened to look like one, the fake eyelashes, the pounded on make up, and some of your facial features. If you are 100% a girl, then I am sorry, you are a very ravishing young...... lady.
Oh please, let's sort this out once and for all, and let everyone learn a trick while they're at it. Go to his/her profile, copy the avatar's URL, go to Tineye.com and paste the URL in there. Voila, 21 results returned out of 1.9532 billion pics, in 0.967 seconds, all from diverse times and websites, as well as uncropped and larger resolution versions. I hate to be a spoilsport or call people out like this, but if you're going to lie through your teeth when someone else does, well too bad. Maybe next time, rebekahah.
ooh that's what this has been all about! can I please clear things up? when you guys were debating on whether or not I was actually a chick, I though you were talking about ME, Rebekahah. I think I may be a little slow because I realize now that you were talking about the picture! it's actually my best friend in the picture, not me. I've been getting my hair done like hers so I have been using her picture kind of like a place holder until I could get a proper one taken. I AM SO SO SO SO SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION!!!! lol I was wondering why it was such a big debate! I thought the picture being real and my gender were 2 separate things. anyway, sorry again!! anywho, this FML makes me laugh every time!! if my parents were to divorce, I would want them to tell me before they told the world!! but who knows, OP, maybe you didn't pick up the phone.
I'm so glad I don't have a Facebook. It only makes you believe that you have more friends than you actually do.
8, You can't say that if you have never tried it. Facebook can be very useful for organizing things and the such, as well as contributing to your social life, as you can talk with friends whenever. But, it still shouldn't be used ahead of normal conversation, as emotions and physical gestures are sometimes hard to incorporate, especially depending on your experience level.
Seriously? What is up with all of the Facebook break ups? Your parents need to grow up and tell you themselves. Facebook is pathetic. The world used to be so much more constructive place before Facebook came around.
Sure I'm only 15. That doesn't make a bit of difference. I don't know how life was 15 years ago, but I do know that before Facebook people actually had other things to do with their lives besides stalking peoples profiles, commenting on pictures, and breaking up with people by changing their status. People are pathetic these days. Just because I'm 15, doesn't mean I don't know things. Thanks.
Actually it makes all the difference that you're only 15. What you know of the world before your time isn't reality. It's a version of it. Just as it is for me. What you said is not Facebook's purpose, just because some people use it immorally doesn't mean that if Facebook wasn't around they would do things correctly.
i use FB as a tool...a way to connect to ppl bcuz i live to far away to tlk to them in person and not waste minutes and texts...i am not addicted to it either..i go on the app every so often to she what msgs my gf left me and move on with my life...FB is not to blame, the "Facebook junkies" are, such as Op's parents are
I know you think being 15 doesn't matter kiddo, but it does. I don't think my family even OWNED a computer until I was maybe seven or eight (you would have been about two) and I don't think anybody knew what a laptop was then. And even then, there wasn't a whole lot on the internet. (And we didn't use google, we asked Jeeves) While you are right, people used to be more constructive with their time, you really don't comprehend very well. It's theorized that people who grew up with the internet don't deal with other people very well because... well... they don't have to deal with the actual people. By the way, what I originally wanted to comment was that 1 in 5 divorces result from facebook these days. Zuckerberg should be proud.