A poll with two identical options says only one of two things. You have a quirky sense of humor. Or, you’re so exhausted that you’re no longer sure what you want. It should just be a house, ok? Someone’s covering all their bases, and the results are unexpectedly refreshing.
The poll brings humor into house hunting, which we know can be mundane and exhausting. Maybe this is their way of making the process a little less stressful. Life’s too short to take things so seriously. A nonsensical poll might be just the thing for the next time we can’t make a decision.
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.
Somebody, Tell Him Already
Are you a Johnny Cash super fan? Not as much as this guy. He’s determined to know how old Johnny Cash was when he died - even if it means bombarding Facebook friends with multiple updates. Facebook can be an echo chamber, but this is a bit much.
Still, this man is channeling his inner Johnny Cash and walking the line - between persistence and annoyance. You’ve got to admire the dedication, however. Perhaps somebody, someday will answer his question. They should, before the updates become a full-blown social media saga. Until then, he would be better off relying on Google, not his Facebook “friends.” It sounds sad, but it's true.
Multi-Tasking Gone Wrong
Social media is rife with colorful discussions. The best conversations are the solo chats you have with yourself. Why work through thoughts internally when you can unleash a stream of consciousness online instead? Life was simple in the old days.
Now it’s almost as if you can’t find chicken gumbo without a calamity waiting to happen – where everything turns bubble gum pink. Listen closely, and you might even hear someone shuffling around, looking for their glasses in exasperation. Facebook, do you know what it’s like inside our brains? Who’s the genius who thought it would be fun to add colors to represent our state of mind?