Friday, January 14, 2011

You're Obsessed with Facebook. Here's Proof

I saw this here earlier today.

P.S. Don't forget to leave me a comment below on your thoughts! As always, I'd love to hear from you.


Sara سارة said...

Assalaam Alaikum Summaiyah,

Nice blog you have here!

Wow, those statistics are pretty crazy, but not that shocking considering how many people I personally know of on FB, as well as those who check it every day/hour/minute. Alhumdulillah, I somewhat consider it a blessing not to have a FB. I feel like I would probably get too distracted by it or caught up in it.

Sabirah said...

That's crazy! I started a facebook account back in my senior year of high school and had it up until the end of my junior year in college. My husband and I decided to delete and then contacted facebook to permanently delete our accounts. Since I just moved...all my friends asked me to join facebook since it was the easiest way they'd be able to contact me. I don't get it really. Why isn't it just like sending you an email through gmail?? I ended up opening one up b/c I really know all these people and I'd know facebook is the only way to stay up to date with them. I told myself, though, that if I log on to facebook more than twice a day and stay on it for more than 5-10 minutes...I'm getting off. After I deactivated my account back in my junior year...I realized how much I was wasting my time.

Little Auntie said...

I'm not surprised, at all :)

Summaiyah Hyder said...

Fortunately, I'm not addicted to facebook... but know several people off the top of my head who are are.

I think there are pros and cons of everything and it's how you make use of it that determines that. There are people who share anything and everything on facebook... it's pretty ridiculous.

The image above mentions how people don't talk face to face anymore much and would rather do it through their computer screens... and I could not agree more... people lack communication skills these days. Not sure if you read my post from some time back --> ( but I wrote about the lack of communication skills in children these days.

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