If there's anything the internet loves, it's a creative marriage proposal. Now that the best ones end up on YouTube for all to see, it has become harder and harder to come up with a truly unique proposal. But that doesn't mean it's impossible.
Just a few days into November and my Facebook feed is dripping in sappy thankfulness. Everybody and their brother is participating in the Facebook "Write One Thing You're Thankful For Each Day In November" deal
It was recently revealed that Facebook now has one billion users – that’s 15% of the world’s population. That’s a pretty impressive achievement for Mr. Zuckerburg, if you ask us. There’s no denying the top-notch social network has become integrated into our daily lives, and now there’s a way to be physically rewarded by the site – ‘Like-A-Hug.’
Ever since older people have been joining social networking sites like Facebook, they’ve been embarrassing their children. Usually this manifests itself in the same kind of hokey parental sentiments that have been irking kids since way before the internet. But a woman in Germany has gone in the complete other direction by humiliating her daughter with the kind of stunt you’d only expect from junior high schoolers.
Maybe that old stereotype about ladies being catty to each other is right after all — what else would explain a recent survey that found 25 percent of women have intentionally posted unflattering photos of their female friends to Facebook?
Newly-married ladies usually take photos or head right to the reception after their nuptials. But a new survey finds modern wives are doing something else in between: they’re updating their relationship statuses on Facebook.
Posting a Facebook update and making sure it gets the maximum exposure could soon be as simple as opening your wallet, if you can believe it. The social media giant is rolling out a new program that will allow its members to pay a small fee to highlight or promote their posts.
If you’ve ever been to a bar, you’ve likely had a bouncer check your ID to be sure you’re old enough to drink. But since IDs can be faked, some bouncers in the UK have a new screening method: they’re checking your Facebook account, too.
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