Good on her for emerging from the depths of Facebook oblivion, seemingly unscathed and (dare we say) happier. What better way to make a grand entrance than announcing that you turned 75? Celebrating alone doesn’t sound ideal, but it doesn’t seem like it bothered her.
She probably had the entire cake to herself, played her favorite songs on repeat, and enjoyed her own company. But enough about the past because she’s back online and still in celebration mode. Why choose to share this information with the group? We’re not sure. Maybe it’s her new-found confidence or a subtle dig at “past friends” who forgot to wish her.
When to Slide Into DMs: a Guide
Talk about a Facebook post that doesn't beat around the bush! This person needs a ride to Mabel's funeral and is willing to ask their entire friend list for help. It’s not like they need a ride to Glastonbury! Sure, put that up for the world to see!
Funerals are somber events, and private DMs to friends are the way to go! One of those moments when sliding into DMs is the only acceptable way. The smiling emojis on this Facebook post are the cherry on the cake. It's like they missed the memo on what smiling emojis represent. Navigating social media can be tricky. A little awareness and sensitivity go a long way.
No Shiddd-ing! These Dressers are as Good as New
Is anyone in the market for dressers that have never been, shall we say, "used" in that way? Well, you're in luck because here’s just the thing for you! This ad borders on the bizarre but believes it is achieving something.
The two dressers have "never been shiddd in,” how unbelievably reassuring - as fresh as the day they were made. Plus, these dressers come with a special message for Debra. Who knows, maybe the good luck of these never-shiddd-in dressers will rub off and bring Debra back into this person’s life. But we’re beginning to understand why she bolted in the first place.
It's not uncommon to see sponsored ads on our social media feeds, but sometimes we forget that these ads are, in fact, sponsored. Social media can be a fast-paced and confusing place – an infamous hotbed of misunderstanding and disinformation. So, it's understandable that someone might become infuriated by an ad.
Don’t you? All of us share a love-hate relationship with social media, regardless of age. Sometimes ads can unknowingly strike a nerve or pop when you’re having a rough day. It's a good reminder that social media can be a challenging space, especially for those who didn't grow up with it.
The Great Doughnut Mix Up
Online delivery is an insanely wonderful thing! But leaving your order in the customer review section takes the cake - or in this case, the doughnut! Did the online store fulfill the doughnut order? That would be a wonderful sweet surprise!
In this case, you just know the person had to make an angry call, insisting they placed the order. Lesson learned: always double-check the section before placing your doughnut order online. There’s nothing worse than ordering food online and having it never arrive. We can all agree that it takes a while to bounce back from a disappointment like that.