Okay. Sunday my husband and I had a homecoming barbecue for our daughter which turned out great! It was a great turn out, alot of our friends and family came and it was a nice gathering. So a few days later I posted a general statement on facebook which had nothing to do with Sunday. I said, "I need to learn to not care what people think." The reason I posted it was because of something that happened to me YESTERDAY not SUnday but my mom took it as me giving everyone the finger who came to the barbecue. So am I in the wrong for posting something like that on facebook or should I just kept it to myself for my mom's sake? I swear she can't handle it whenever I post something unpleasant or something she doesn't like. It's like I'm supposed to put a plastic smile on my damn face all the time.
Answer by JazzlikeMraz at 9:03 PM on Jul. 29, 2010
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Answer by michelle121003 at 9:16 PM on Jul. 29, 2010
Maybe you should comment on your own post & say something like "Monday was a pain in the butt day" Just to clarify that you were not talking about anyone at the BBQ. Your mom could just be totally over analyzing your post though. Facebook can be harmful. I'm noticing that people are always getting offended with posts & think that certain posts are directed towards them. I am getting so sick of facebook drama...lol. I'm noticing it causes a lot of problems.
Answer by samurai_chica at 9:22 PM on Jul. 29, 2010
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