If you have a Facebook account, you may have come across Facebook groups named after situations or scenarios in life where you have to ‘Like’ it in order to express that yes, you believe it/are it/have done it. There’s a handful of them out there and at first, I was hesitant to ‘like’ them because they are just standalone status messages where you’ll get nothing after ‘liking’ it. I actually find it too messy and disorganized and many of the group names/status names were – how do I put it – grammatically bastardized? — and it takes practically a Facebook account to make one, no matter how ridiculous it is. There are some, of course, where you’d find yourself chuckling because when you thought it’s just you, there are thousands other people, from all over the world, who share the same sentiment. In a way, life becomes more interesting because of it.
Of course, as I give in easily to hype, I started clicking the like button and I got really hooked.
I reviewed my profile and got the following ‘groups’ that I ‘liked’. Let me know if you clicked on the same:
No, I didn’t stalk you. It was on my news feed. Get over yourself.
– Modifying it a little, it can also go to friends by saying, “No, I didn’t stalk him/her, it was on my news feed.” Hindi naman defensive, nagpapaliwanag lang.
I hate it when I think of a really good comeback AFTER the argument.
I get a cheap thrill when somebody mentions my home city on the TV!
– Or “Philippines” for that matter.
I hate when I lose my internet connection.
Switching Tabs When Someone Is Watching You On The Computer
Making Life Decisions in the Shower
– Corollary to “Suddenly having brilliant ideas while sitting on the toilet”. TMI, I know.
I like people who actually make an effort to keep a conversation alive.
I’m actually not funny. I’m just really mean and people think I’m joking.
I over think things WAAAAAAAAAAAYYYY too much.
Minsan may taong nakakainis kahit wala namn silang ginagawa sa’yo.
HINDI LAHAT NG MALAKAS ANG BOSES, GALIT.
Hindi masama manlait. Mas masama magsinungaling.
“Tara na” “Tara” (pero wala pa rin tumatayo).
– In a way, this is related to, “Saan tayo kakain?” “Kahit saan.” And then either you all just keep on walking or stay where you are, waiting for someone to take the lead and decide.
HINDI MAKATULOG SA GABI, HINDI MAKAGISING SA UMAGA.
KINAKAIN KO NA ANG FRENCH FRIES KAHIT NASA COUNTER PA LANG.
– Yes, without regard for germs pagkatapos humawak ng pera para ibayad sa cashier.
TUWING NAA-ALALA KO NAGKAGUSTO AKO SAYO, NATATAWA NA LANG AKO.
We used to talk everyday now im lucky to get a “hi” once a month.
sometimes when im walking i try keeping my feet in the little square tiles.
I love getting to know people you never thought you would talk to.
– I have a few of them as very good friends now. It pays to go out of your way and start a conversation.
I tried to sleep, but instead I played out impossible scenarios in my head.
Watching people’s lives fall apart via status updates and news feeds.
Saying ‘Hello’ to someone , then afterwards go ‘Who was that?’
I love those moments where you just smile and think, “i love life.”
Bad trip ako sa mga guard na pabubukas pa ung bag, tutusukin lang naman.
Just because we’re not close anymore doesn’t mean I don’t care about you.
I Make Funny Noises When I Stretch.
I hate it when people only talk to you when they need something.
Being Hugged From Behind.
– Hugged ha. LOL.
Creating situations in your head that will NEVER happen in real life.
– This is a great stress reliever/time-waster/mind exercise.
Laughing so hard no noise comes out; so you just sit there clapping like a retarded seal.
– It happens to me, too, even when my friends would attest to how I laugh like a tranny-voiced hyena when there’s something funny.
Trying to dodge someone, and you both step the same way, twice.
When I see a typo I look at the keyboard to see if the two keys were close.
– Don’t we all just want to get it over with sometimes?
What about you? What have you liked recently?