I have quit Facebook. I had many reasons to do so, but I am choosing not to reveal them. And now that I have said that, I have nothing to write about. Aint that somethin’? I seem to have painted myself into a corner. That was one of my Dad’s favorite sayings. Another was, “That dog is smarter than you kids!” He really favored the dog over us. Who can blame him? He was a good dog.
However, I digress. I think I was suffering from Facebook anxiety. I don’t know if that is a thing. Whether it is a thing or not, that is what I suffered… “Facebook Anxiety”. (It is now, officially, a thing.) I think I was overwhelmed with information. You know what?… I am uncomfortable in large crowds. Wow! That was a lot of people on Facebook! Awkwaaard!… Awkward is a strange-looking word. Awkward. Awkward. It’s an awkward word.
Another reason that I decided to dump Facebook was my belief that Facebook is a dangerous, sophisticated brain-washing machine. I tell you this in confidence, of course. As I said earlier, I will not be revealing any reasons. Yet, it is reasonable to assume that I have no confidence in my secrecy.
So, here I am…spilling the beans. Whether they be green, pinto, magic, or Mexican jumping, I will not cry. On the other hand, if I had spilt the milk, that might be a different story entirely. In conclusion…No Facebook!
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Facebook is just so lame and evil. Sadly, it’s still got a hold on me. For now at least…
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I recently heard it referred to as “The Truman Show”, and I think, “hmmmm”. Also, people were being hacked and all of a sudden they had two profiles. Would the real Aunt Jenny please stand up. People began to say things that I just couldn’t believe they would say. Now, either they were an imposter or I really (REALLY) didn’t know that person. Maybe this is the reason we cannot hear each other’s thoughts. Facebook is unnatural. Anyways, Phillip, I am still enjoying your comics! Keep at it, man!