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ANNOYING FACEBOOKERS! What would the world be like if we walked around tons of photos of ourselves, stopping talking to strangers in the street to show them and talk about ourselves to people we don’t really know? So you know where people take it? They take it to facebook! Statistics have shown that the use of it has rapidly increased and has brought the worst out of people. There is an awful lot of people who has a profile on the site and tell their family, friends, coworkers and strangers what’s going on in their lives. Nowadays facebook is used as a replacement for real conversations and relationships and appear to be posting any and everything. The annoying people that abuse facebook are the attention seekers, the ones that use facebook for a fitness diary, the stalkers, and the insecure people that flood your update page with useless, vague comments. We have those attention seekers that run rampant on facebook which is one reason why facebook is popular today. They are also one of the reasons why I barely go on their nowadays. I have plenty of friends on the social network that fall into the attention seeker category. They are the people who are always on there and feel compelled to update their status constantly. These people seek validation from other people and always leave statuses begging for a reaction whether its praise, concern, well wishes, agreement, or some type of communication. They basically have a need to feel loved and will do anything to get it. The attention seekers are the types that always go vacation and brag the whole time they’re there! Some examples of the statuses of the attention seekers are sitting on the beach in Miami drinking a martini, or ”My life is so great, My life sucks”, Im so sad today or “I love my new Louis Vuitton shoes I bought today”. I could go on and on with some of the statuses people make. Then we have the…...

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