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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

This Is Why Everyone on Facebook Hates You

Posted By on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 11:35 AM

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Stop asking us to pitch in around the farm
  • Stop asking us to pitch in around the farm

You won't stop inviting us to play Farmville, Cityville, Suburbanville, Garbageville, etc.

You do realize that it's not a real farm, right? You're growing fake carrots for fake people and it's wasting your time. It's like Tomagotchi pets all over again. We only hope that you'll quit trying to bribe us with offers of free cyber-chickens, and get on to a new game -- one that doesn't constantly ask us to join in.

You won't stop complaining.

It's a real bummer your zipper broke, you are "just feeling down today for no reason," you drank too much last night and puked all morning, your mom is "so annoying" and won't stop bothering you, you want cookies but the store is two blocks away and it's raining, your cat won't wear the outfit you bought him, you forgot the words to "Daydream Believer," your pen ran out of ink, your car smells funny, you... you get the point.

Consider this your warning, if we see another picture of your fetus we're unsubscribing to your feed.

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Mollie McWilliams

Mollie McWilliams

Mollie is the Web Editor and has been with SF Weekly since 2010.


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