Facebook and Relationships. Two words you hear often. For about 5 minutes. Then it’s over. Again. There are all types of relationships that happen on Facebook and just as soon as one starts, it ends. I find it highly annoying learning of the status of most people’s relationships on Facebook. I think that’s because my timeline goes insane with “In A Relationship” to “Single” “In a Relationship” to “Single”. Nothing is sacred anymore and rather than talk it out like we all used to, we sign online and update our status. “That’ll show them” we think to ourselves. In reality, it’s just a childish way of crying wolf. You’re trying to get the world’s attention and deep down you just want to know exactly how many “likes” and “I”m sorry’s :(” you can get. Friendships are just as bad as relationships. “She” pissed “her” off so now “her” is going to make indirect digs at “she”. A post didnt get a response in a timely manner so you subtly tell the world she’s a whore. It’s a battle of the who’s who of social pathetics. In my opinion, let’s get relationship statuses of the 2012 society like “baby daddy” or “money bags”. That’s what they are to us, aren’t they? Each day we create relationships just as easy as we throw them away. Social Media is this day and age’s “Woodstock” and the “sheeple” are just eating the shit up. We meet crushes, find business partners, invite people to our parties, and then trash the one’s we thought we loved. Piss me off? Well then you’re deleted! Ha! By deleting you I’m secretly hoping that your world as you know it will come crashing down and you’ll be so shocked and hurt that you’ll crawl into the nearest, darkest hole and wither away on self pity and regret. That’ll teach you not to ever friend request my best friend again! Live and learn…and then get online. It’s Facebook. You don’t have to be right, you don’t have to tell the truth, you don’t have to like people. Hell, you don’t even have to be you.