Someone seems confused about how Facebook works – bless their heart. Facebook isn’t like UPS – sadly, nobody sends us stuff through Facebook. Facebook does have targeted ads, which is a slightly disturbing conversation for another time. Meanwhile, we understand why the post might be triggering, even if the anger is misplaced.
Perhaps the person is trying to give up alcohol or is a teetotaller. You have to hand it to the author who handled the situation like a boss – assertive, polite, and respectful. It’s their page, after all, and they can post whatever they please. Whether you’re a fan of boozy recipes or not, let’s all take a moment to appreciate the quirks and idiosyncrasies that make us who we are.
The Struggle is Real
Asking your mom for her Amazon login can be like playing Russian roulette - except with much higher stakes for your sanity. You never quite know what kind of response you will get. Maybe Mom is secretly a comedian and doesn’t even know it because this is hilarious!
She's in a time zone and dimension of her own making, operating on complex delays you cannot fathom. At least she replied - which is more than you can say for other people nowadays. If you’re lucky, she might get back to you with her actual login information in another week. Meantime, sit back, relax, and enjoy the absurdity of it all. Mothers – life is infinitely more interesting with them around.
Ghosts of Retail Past
That’s one way to increase the appeal of a store – if customers have a knack for the macabre, that is. The friend might still be around if he loved the place so much. It makes us wonder what kind of ghostly shenanigans he’s been up to. Has merchandise moved around lately? Do the lights flicker on and off?
The store might want to look into that. Or he could be a benevolent ghost watching over the store. Perhaps the store owes its success, in part, to his spectral presence. Whoever wrote this either misses the friend intensely or has a great sense of humor. It’s definitely a conversation starter.
There’s Always That One Uncle
Social media can be a treasure trove of humor, and this one features a quirky uncle. Uncle has an unusual way of spreading the holiday spirit - by dropping a hospital bomb in the middle of a Merry Christmas post! That’s one way to find out your uncle is sick and in the hospital. He seems to be doing alright, though.
His holiday cheer seems intact – you know, happy and grumpy as befits the season. We wish more people had no filters like Uncle. Facebook would be a more interesting place! Uncle’s comments make you wonder about what people are feeling or where they are when they post (besides the bathroom). Who would have thought?
Birthdays and Brussel Sprouts
This person appears to have downed a few too many before commenting! Or, maybe they should get their eyes checked. It’s not every day you mistake a vegetable dish for a birthday celebration. They must really love Brussels sprouts or birthdays! But let’s give them credit for spreading random birthday cheer.
It’s similar to how some people play Christmas carols months before December. Who cares about actual dates? It’s about getting into the spirit. You can’t plan happiness around a calendar, can you? Happiness doesn’t make an appointment. It simply shows up unannounced and insists you join the ride. That’s the feeling we’re taking away from this post.