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Girls these days with their vines and their keeks and their omegles. It's a whole new world. Nowadays, they do this thing. I don't even know how to describe it without offending you guys. But they do this thing where they place their mouths near your genitals. I believe it's called "giving that becky"
post #4052 of 5345
Why is link fb friends with neo and I'm not

Lame
post #4053 of 5345
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Girls these days with their vines and their keeks and their omegles. It's a whole new world. Nowadays, they do this thing. I don't even know how to describe it without offending you guys. But they do this thing where they place their mouths near your genitals. I believe it's called "giving that becky"
post #4054 of 5345
Not facebook, but linked-in (isn't that like facebook for grownups).

I got excited because someone gave my dad a shout out for doing some work for them (he's a photographer) with the equivalent of a wall post. I googled the name of the company...and thought he was doing work for these guys:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Turns out it was for these guys (same company name): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The photography on their site is much better than the photography on on the first site...but...
post #4055 of 5345
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Girls these days with their vines and their keeks and their omegles. It's a whole new world. Nowadays, they do this thing. I don't even know how to describe it without offending you guys. But they do this thing where they place their mouths near your genitals. I believe it's called "giving that becky"

How near is near?
post #4056 of 5345
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Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post

an FB friend just lost an infant (SIDS, apparently). it's every parent's nightmare and truly a terribly sad thing, but this person keeps posting really long...bursts of emotion (500 - 600 words I'd guesstimate). part of it seems like cries for attention - FB would be the furthest thing from my mind had I lost a child. a long FB post literally right before going to the funeral...I dunno, strikes me as odd.

With that being said, am I giant asshole for even questioning how someone reacts in this type of a situation?

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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

People cry out. They want to be heard. They want validation for their feelings. They want interaction that confirms the universe and their place in it. At a benign level, perhaps they post 100 times a day on a men's clothing forum. When grieving, perhaps they overshare on Facebook. In a social media world, personal boundaries are already a muddle. Add trauma to the confusion and you're gonna get what you get.

yep
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I think we are often not ourselves in the midst of experiencing huge grief or other emotional events.

That said I'm still thinking my decision not to FB was a good one.

please reconsider... I can't just keep liking foodguy's links to his articles and look at where in the world is globetrotter all day!
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Originally Posted by tagutcow View Post

It's bound to happen.
I thought you preferred Robert.
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

I thought you preferred Robert.

Considering his "target" audience I think he made the right choice.
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

please reconsider... I can't just keep liking foodguy's links to his articles and look at where in the world is globetrotter all day!

If I ever did an FB account you would be one of the few folks here I friended. fistbump.gif
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

If I ever did an FB account you would be one of the few folks here I friended. fistbump.gif

inlove.gif you. complete. me.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

If I ever did an FB account you would be one of the few folks here I friended. fistbump.gif

This is probably a good place to mention Acid's comment on my FB after I announced the upcoming arrival of my 4th child, " I'm glad that you have conquered erectile dysfunction! ". nod[1].gif
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just happy you did, brah!
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ED is a very serious problem for many posters on here. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Alter View Post

This is probably a good place to mention Acid's comment on my FB after I announced the upcoming arrival of my 4th child, " I'm glad that you have conquered erectile dysfunction! ". nod[1].gif

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Most of my best FB interactions are with SFers.
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Most of my best FB interactions are with SFers.

Some of the worst are with SFers (paging edina).
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