Where does the good go

Audience Participation weekend

So I logged on to facebook yesterday to find this girl I went to law school with defriended* me. Now, I haven’t seen this woman in years and certainly not since we became facebook friends last year or the year before, so I couldn’t have done anything *personally* to anger her. So what’s the dealio? Does she not enjoy my six times a day witty facebook status banter? Is it a facebook software glitch? Should I even bother trying to find out? I definitely only care in that abstract way of if she did defriend me on purpose cause of something I did, I want to be able to brag about it and put it in my big book of ways that I am so awesome. And of course start to say bad things about her on my blogs.

What? She would have it coming. Everyone knows that I am the nicest person on the planet, so if you’ve got beef with the nicest person on the planet, what kind of harpy faced monster must you be?

*76% sure she defriended me, it’s, therefore 24% we were never facebook friends and all I have to do is add her.

6 Responses to “Audience Participation weekend”

  1. Fisch Says:

    Hmm. I don’t see much participation going on over here.

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    I know, right? What’s up with that?

  3. Ugarles Says:

    Sorry. Must have accidentally deblogged you.

  4. Petitedov Says:

    Like I said last night, wait a month.

  5. Dawn Summers Says:

    haha pdov, I totally did! I noticed about a month ago. But there’ve been two new apparent facebook defriendings since then – this time guys. One a republican, so I assume it’s post Obama being elected anger. And the other one a dude who evidently had some fight with a mutual facebook friend last month. So I thought I could post the first stealth defriending for guidance on how to handle the new ones.

  6. DRobbSki Says:

    what’s the deal with harpy being used all over facebook lately? is that another blogger word like “@someone” or “#something” that I’m mising???

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