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JonnyCeltics's avatar

I quit facebook today. I feel incredible.

Asked by JonnyCeltics (2716points) September 2nd, 2008

facebook’s calls became too much to handle…will i have to come back to keep up with this century?

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jcs007's avatar

Everything is good in moderation. You obviously had a facebook addiction and are now going cold turkey. You’ll be back. You have to be back. MUAHAHAHAHHAHA

bluemukaki's avatar

Is it April again?

girlofscience's avatar

Wait, what?

Did you work for facebook or something?

If not, why is having a profile such a damn big deal? It’s a really convenient means of communication, keeping up with friends, having quick contact with everyone you know, storing images and sharing them with your friends, etc. I don’t see why anyone would feel “incredible” after “quitting facebook.”

blastfamy's avatar

If by calls, you mean the email notifications, they could be turned off.

While I don’t really care whether or not you use Facebook, I would strongly recommend against quitting the use of a valuable communication tool only because it sent you too many messages.

If by calls you meant a siren’s song, you should learn to block that out.
I’m just saying…

swimmindude2496's avatar

@blastfamy I am wondering the same thing. Do you mean the email notifiers? Or are you saying you quit facebook like as a job???

JonnyCeltics's avatar

I meant it like it was something that I didn’t like. I was sick of maintaining it, and having to set my preferences. It had a never-ending call. I just wanted to get rid of it, but felt as though I would be abandoning something…but it’s done with now. (Funny, how when you quit, they send you an email with directions about how to “reactivate” you account!)

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