Facebook Updates That Never Fail To Be Completely Obnoxious

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You know the best way to stop being annoyed by people on Facebook?  Stop using Facebook.

Just kidding.  We understand it’s not humanly possible to quit Facebook.  So now . . . BACK TO COMPLAINING.

We’ve got a new list here of the nine most obnoxious things people post on Facebook.

It doesn’t include photos or links or videos, just status updates and wall posts.  Check ‘em out . . . Which one do you hate the most?

1.  The “I’m living the life” brag.  Example:  “Guess who just got promoted!” or “Off to Hawaii!”

2.  The disguised brag.  Example:  “Walking home from work three different guys whistled at me and two others made comments about my cleavage.  Sometimes I really hate men.”  Also known as a ‘humblebrag’.

3.  Relationship updates.  Example:  “Tough day at work and I came home to a candlelight dinner.  I am the luckiest girl in the world.”

4.  The cryptic cliffhanger.  Example:  “This could be a biggggggggg day . . .”

5.  The update that LITERALLY describes what you’re doing that day . . . and it’s not even interesting.  Example:  “Off to the gym, then dinner and watching TV.”

6.  The public-private message.  Example:  “I miss you, when can we hang out?”

7.  The out-of-nowhere Oscar speech.  Example:  “I just want to thank everyone who’s touched my life.  Your support means everything and I wouldn’t have gotten through the past year without you.”

8.  The incredibly obvious opinion about a big event.  Example:  “Thinking about all the people affected by the recent tragedy.  So heartbreaking.”

9.  Unsolicited spiritual wisdom.  Example:  “‘Peace comes from within.  Do not seek it without.’ -Buddha.”

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