The same could be said for facebook.

From here.

...And now Adam is all, "You complain about facebook all the time. JUST GET RID OF IT!"

To which I reply, "I CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN'T!!! MY SOCIAL LIFE DEPENDS ON IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT! Now please let me stalk in peace. Also, remind me to upload some wedding photos so people can stalk you, too. Also, I love you."


jessieg said...

I feel the same way! I actually get super excited when there's photos on facebook to look at, or if I find someone I haven't talked to in years. It's like reading someone's diary!

lauren said...

Yes! That site is so fun. (the thx site...not FB.) It is kind of weird that I wouldn't describe FB as "fun." I think it inhabits a weird nether-world of neither quite fun nor quite productive, but engrossing. I need to set parental guides on it for myself.

rachel rianne said...

i think that facebook allows us to indulge in being stalked a little bit. why we enjoy this...? narcissism. but this is also why we have blogs.

... ha.

Sara said...

Jessica--Totally! And then you get secretly mad if they have privacy settings...yet totally have them yourself...or is that just me?! haha.

Lauren--Engrossing is the PERFECT word. Also, mind-numbing.

Rachel--ha! Well, I suppose in being stalked, yes. Although honestly, I DON'T really like that aspect of the good ol' fb. I mainly like looking at other people. Which I guess just makes me ridiculously nosy (but you still have me on the narcissistic bit...dang blog...).