I have a 14 year old cousin who has Facebook. I hardly ever talk to him, only ever see him at holidays. I'm not that close with my family to begin with. My aunt sent me an email saying her son wondered why I wasn't his friend on FB, that he seemed kind of sad about it. I could say I don't have kids on there, but I have three under 18. I cuss, I post adult topics, not like porn or anything, but I don't want to have to watch what I say on my own page. The teenagers I have on there are raised in the real world. He is not. He is dramatic, prissy, over protected, and a know-it-all. She tends to get her feelings hurt when someone says anything negative toward her. I don't get why some people get so upset if you don't "friend" them. Is it so wrong to not accept everyone who wants to be your friend?
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