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    Facebook things

    To all the guys in serious relationship, do you care bout Facebook, and whats your outlook on it?

    In my case, back when I just started communicating with my now girlfriend, I cleaned up my Facebook. Not that I care bout that shit, but I just didn't want to leave the wrong impression, people sometimes don't get humor over the internet...and I used to "Become a Fan" of dumb ass funny groups all the time...but after we exchanged Facebook profiles, I started to clean it up.

    Basically, ever since I joined that forsaken site, my only activity consists of posting music videos on my Wall. She comes to Facebook every now and then, accepts the friendship requests and that's that.

    I got 150 friends, and half of them are blocked from my Wall. I just like to maintain some level of privacy, even though nobody probably even checks my profile to spy. But you never know, these days people got too much time and information on easy access...

    Yesterday, I told her why's she accepting all the people from her neighbourhood on her FB, she said she doesn't take it seriously and why would she reject.

    Her profile is even "deader" than mine, she doesn't post anything, she used to post some of her pics with the girls, but lately not even that. She gave me the pass to her Facebook, but I really don't check on it. She got password to mine FB too. I deleted some messages from some girls I was going back and forth year ago, just in case.

    And I also asked her why is she joined in all these silly groups.

    Am I acting like a jerk about this? I know I have double standards...but I do it for our sake. I deleted the messages because they were embarassing, kinda "flirty" but nothing came from it, so it would only make situation awkward. I don't have trouble with her checking my Facebook though, I don't got anything to hide from her and she knows all my business. I don't check her Facebook either, because I feel guilty, I only did it once when she gave me the pass.

    Am I taking that darn FB too seriously?



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    Facebook is plebian.
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    I think you have better things to do and more interesting things to talk about with her than asking her why she's accepting requests on FB and why she's joining XYZ groups.

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    why would you guys exchange passwords?? thats a little much. you should probably hand over your email password while your at it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kvision View Post
    why would you guys exchange passwords?? thats a little much. you should probably hand over your email password while your at it!
    Nah, we're cool like that, I don't got nothing to worry bout and neither does she.

    I don't live a double life, so I got nothing to hide.

    Miss Miami, yeah I hope you're right. But something tells me Facebook did a much better thing than Myspace at creating a platform to do nothing for the longest period of time. Myspace was layouts, glitter graphics, user unfriendly messaging and that's that. Facebook is like a world of its own.

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    You "Cleaned" up your F-B because you didn't want the GF to see this stuff and now your unhappy that she has on her F-B what you used to have? Weird groups and such.

    Don't concern yourself with F-B bullshit and focus on your realationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayso View Post
    Nah, we're cool like that, I don't got nothing to worry bout and neither does she.

    I don't live a double life, so I got nothing to hide.
    its not about having something to hide, its about your privacy. if your cool with handing that over, then by all means do it.

    do you guys check each other's phones too?
    Who you are speaks so loud that I can't hear what you're saying

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    I was dating a girl and I noticed the difference between styles. I post things that really represent my philosophical and introspective styles, with some occasional nostalgic video postings, and a touch of well-considered humorous updates. She, for the most part, had some kind of cartoonish fake-thuggish postings of rap lyrics, lots of references to partying, silly shit and the like.

    Then, when she suddenly got distant, I had to piece together that she was having (at least a) flirtation with some dude back in her hometown. FInally, I cut it off for good but it was clear that she was into attention-seeking and validation via her FB profile, which I could have handled had she shown me any respect. I didn't like, either, that she didn't have the guts to let go rather than keep me hanging on for a couple of weeks when she knew something was up.

    As a result, I'm kind of wary of looking at a woman's page because it's way too easy to read into things (or discover the truth)

    So I think my new rule is that I can befriend someone but I will keep them from having access to my wall.

    HOWEVER, I do think my situation shows that FB isn't totally unimportant, for I had just gotten out of a relationship and didn't want my ex (who was still my friend) to see a lot of activity between me and this girl. But it could be the case that consequently, there was no investment of me into her life or her into mine in the way there might have been otherwise, as batshit insane as that sounds.

    But going forward, I will definitely not be quick to include someone on FB, unless I block my wall.

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    Asking her why she's accepting friend requests is being very nazi and imo makes you look pretty weird.

    I wouldn't worry about it. The Facebook empire will crumble; just like Myspace.
    This won't be the case, no. Facebook is way bigger than Myspace ever was and the business model is much, much better.

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    FB reveals a lot about people. My GF, a stripper is essentially a married whore and describes her husband as her soulmate (her marriage is a farce LOL). I don't post anything on her wall, etc. I simply monitor her FB page and save pics I am interested in. It is a wealth of data about her. I have been doing her 2 years, my contributions pay her mortgage.
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