De-friended on FB.....
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Krista i get those stupid pet cause links from 1 friend and it's driving me insane. Some of them you can't block but i just delete them from my new feed now.
I have recently pretty much shut my FB down because i was so sick of the shit. The only reason i now have a FB is because of CoM!
Christy - posted on 02/15/2011
Been there. Don't worry about it. Keep in mind when you post a link on your page, it goes to all your friends' pages on their FB page so it's like posting something on everyones' wall.
I get irritated when people remove me as a friend, too. It's human nature. I don't ask anymore, I just leave it alone, as hard as that is to do for me. LOL. :)
Melissa - posted on 02/14/2011
I understand I dont think you should be offended about her defriending yoiu some people get angry about me deleting them but I have my reasons whether its that Im sick of stupid immature posts, where I dont talk to them, or whatever. She obviously just didnt like seeing those artciles all the time. I can kinda see her POV and know it would be hard if she couldnt BF , I coudlnt BF my first but then agian I didnt feel guilt about it because I knew formula was best for her
Iridescent - posted on 02/14/2011
She could have just clicked the lovely little "x" next to any link and hidden them. Really not that hard. But she probably saw she has very little in common with you and you rub each other the wrong way, so what's even the point? Not a big deal.
Krista - posted on 02/14/2011
Yeah, it was pretty immature of her.
But by the same token, I have some friends like that who have their "pet cause" and are always posting a bazillion links to this study and that website on their wall, and even though it's on THEIR wall, it still dominates MY news feed.
I haven't de-friended those people, but I have deleted them from my news feed because it was getting really annoying and tedious.
So that might be something to keep in mind: what you post on your wall DOES show up in everybody else's news feed, and that friend of yours might not be the only one who's tired of constantly seeing breastfeeding and parenting articles showing up.
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