Gather ’round, young ones and listen to a cringeworthy tale, called “Using Facebook in middle school.”
Millions of us grew up with Facebook, using the site like we used everything at the time: carelessly and awkwardly. We posted embarrassing photos, “married” our best friends and, worst of all, “liked” an obscene amount of strange pages.
It seems the way we “like” as an online community has changed over time. The popularity of “phrase-based” and angst-ridden Facebook pages, like “I hate when u don’t text back” or “We used 2 be bffs” has clearly decreased — although, that likely has a lot to do with maturation (but i still hate when u don’t text back) Read more…
Original: Social Media