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1. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:34 BST
I feel awkward when I get a request from an aunt or uncle to be my friend......there's too much personal stuff that I wouldn't want my parents to read about on there. Do you add your older family members? Do you add your parents on Facebook? lol
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2. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:35 BST
If you don't want people to read it, don't post it. Or do what I do: go to college and ignore my parents being on there
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3. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:35 BST
My parents are technology retarded, luckily. But if they weren't they'd probably force me to add them
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4. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:39 BST
My parents are technology retarded, luckily.
As are mine, thank god.
The only family members on my Facebook are my sis and my cousin. Though if an aunt or uncle sent me a friend request, I'd accept it since I'm desperate for friends.
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5. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:44 BST
Mine are too but my mom figured out how to use Facebook but like I said I just ignore her and she actually leaves me alone
6. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:45 BST
7. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 04:56 BST
Only my uncle and my cousin. My uncle acts as if he was a teenager anyways...
8. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 08:43 BST
Whenever I log on to facebook, about once per 2-3 months i'll add any invites i've gotten from any family member and friends. I don't see why not.
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9. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 08:46 BST
Using the notes feature, I write very personal stuff, which is why I am so hesitant
10. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 08:48 BST
no reason why i shouldn't, don't have nothing to hide from them. i posted the lyrics to lets get it on for no reason the other day and got a few lol messages from them, so its cool lol
11. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 08:50 BST
In all seriousness, if there's really personal stuff you wouldn't want someone with access to the Internet and the ability to enter your name into a search box to read, put it in a real book and not on Facebook. I know of many people who've put stuff online, thinking "person X will never read this", and they have and it's not necessarily gone well.
Get that stuff in a proper book and get a lock for it. Sorted.
Edit: To answer the original question, my mother-in-law and her sister are both my friends on Facebook. If my parents joined, I wouldn't hesitate to add them, but then they might be confused by my latest status update about the radio show "Big Dicks"!
Edited on Sun 9th August, 2009 @ 08:55 by James
I am not ignoring you. I just do not post much.
12. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 08:52 BST
We were going to have that song as our first dance but we were worried what our parents would think when that cheeky guitar intro started. We should have taken a leaf out of your (Face)book and just done it!
13. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 09:02 BST
lol yeah only live once man and you wouldave had reactions that would have lasted in your mind for a lifetime haha
Edited on Sun 9th August, 2009 @ 09:02 by y2josh
14. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 09:07 BST
Yeah, but it would have involved dancing - not my strong suit! Saved myself a lot of embarrassment there
15. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 11:02 BST
A lot of my family members are added on my Facebook. Aunts, Uncles, older cousins, great aunts, great uncles, even a large number of my relatives in America. I don't mind adding them, seeing that I don't usually post status updates on Facebook regularly.
16. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 15:40 BST
I'm not on Facebook or Myspace for these very reasons!
A few years ago, it was like this secret culture among younger people and now my Grandparents and Aunts are on there. I suppose they have the right to be there, but it makes it less cool. My brother who has both also said that he doen't like it as much anymore now that he has to practically invite everyone to be friends with him. and he notices he has to edit his writting more.
I was smart enough to never make my private life up for grabs to the universe!
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