Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Thank Goodness My Father’s Not on Facebook…Yet!

I know I have said that I’m over Facebook and that I deactivated it for some personal reasons waaay way before…but I just can’t help it. I don’t know about this Facebook thing that it really keeps me from totally deactivating my account. Well, I only deactivated my account then because I want to totally avoid this person. We had some problems, er I had some problems with him liking this girl so I got jealous—even though we’re not together—so I decided, to give my mind a peaceful environment, to just deactivate my account. AND when I had these super assuming friends that would comment on any status that I post and would ask me: “What did I do?” OR they would post some counter status pertaining to my previous post. Seriously dude. And I was like /shock

For the time being, I am somewhat active but restricted who can see my photos, tags, videos, notes, etc. except my wall to “ONLY ME.” Cool huh? Didn’t tell any of my friends what’s going on with my life, didn’t give them any updates on where I go or on what I do—well, you would see it on my post if I would write it on—basically, I restricted almost everything and allowed them to see this teensiest status updates using Twitter.

Where was I? Oh right, my dad. The other week, my dad bugged me how to shut down our desktop computer. I was a bit shocked since I thought he knows how to use it already given that he used to type his reports—or was it my brother? Hmmm…now that I think about it… Back to my dad… He had this… I dunno what it was exactly but he seem so…hyped about him learning the basic functionality of a computer. And I’m a bit worried. I don’t want him near Facebook. But I think it will happen sooner or later. His girlfriend might be urging him to use it. Yuck!

Backtracking, he asked me a few months back if my phone has this app where I can use Facebook to update my status etc.—his friends asked him if he had this Facebook thing wherein they could chat. SERIOUSLY? /no Then I said yes and he was GLEAMING, like gleaming, BEAMING.

I could always teach him how to operate a PC but please, I’m begging to all the gods of mercy to please, just please don’t let him ask me to teach him how to use facebook. That would be a DISASTER!

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