9. Lady Gaga
7. Megan Fox
5. Vin Diesel
4. Barack Obama
3. Mafia Wars
2. Michael Jackson
1. Texas Hold-em Poker
Kinda depressing, huh? I’m sure #11 is Farmville, and #12 is Bieber. #13 is sleeping, maybe?
TechCrunch has way more Facebook numbers for you to peruse!
Here’s a great article about the upcoming movie about Mark Zuckerberg, the shithead founder of Facebook.
Don’t read this story about a Mixed Martial Artist Fighter who ripped out a man’s heart while on mushrooms.
Here’s a picture of the McRibbles, which are coming, and there’s nothing you can do to stop them.
Sony’s making it possible for cats to tweet.
This is the view from our balcony of our new apartment in LA.
After all my Facebook woes (I’m back up and running, after bugging them for two days straight I just tried and it worked again!) people have been sending me fun Facebook articles, and I got this one yesterday. It’s an interview with a Facebook employee, and it will terrify you with how honest and open it is.
I use my Facebook account a lot. I actually use it for my job at Comix, and I use it to help promote shows I work on, and I use it to keep up with people I went to middle school with. You know, the usual.
On Thursday when I went to log in to my account, Facebook told me that my password was wrong. Well it wasn’t, and I entered it a billion times to no avail, and finally I was like “fine, let’s reset it, I guess I got hacked” But when I tried to reset it, the powers that be at Facebook said that my email address was invalid.
My email address is clearly valid, because Facebook is still sending notifications to the email address they claim isn’t valid. I emailed Facebook to explain this to them and received this response:
We were unable to find an account associated with the email address you submitted your question from.
If you have a Facebook account that is associated with a different email address, please email us from that email address and copy and paste this email into the new email, so that we may confirm your account ownership for security purposes. Please include your name and date of birth (month/day/year).
If your issue has since been resolved, no further action is needed on your part.
If you’re experiencing other issues with your Facebook account, please visit http://www.facebook.com/help.php
Now, I don’t have any other email address associated with my account. I let Facebook know I’d be willing to do anything else to prove that this is my account, but now they won’t respond to me. This problem apparently happens a lot, so says the Internet, and people usually end up starting their Facebook accounts over. But I’m not willing to do that. All Facebook has to do is change my account email address and password for this account http://www.facebook.com/gynomite and then INFORM ME OF THOSE CHANGES, and I’m good to go.
So come on Facebook. Take a break from counting all the money you’ve earned that you so richly deserve and reset my info for me. Because I will NEVER stop emailing you.
With siblings, there is a thin blue line that you do not cross in ratting each other out. This kid Chris crossed it.
Long story short, a girl named Katie told her parents that her brother Chris was hiding beer in his room. Chris is grounded and not happy about this.
Click to read the description of the picture he posted on Facebook, and then just soak in the actual picture as well as the comments. This is some fucking revenge.
Lauren Lapkus and Lauren Ashley Smith run this awesome site called Fix My Facebook where they address Facebook dilemmas. I thought this was pretty brilliant, so I decided to slide them one of my more Facebooky questions, and they slid me one of their more Gynomitey questions. Kinda like Freaky Friday, but instead with blogs.
I work in radio, and while I’m not really “big” enough for a work profile, a few listeners have added my personal profile. No big whoop, so I thought, it’s not like I have anything to hide. Just might have to cut back on the expletives.
Unfortunately, there’s one listener who is way too talkative on my status updates (and way too political for my tastes). It’s gotten to the point where my friends are starting to bait him into getting into arguments. Last night, I acknowledged an on-air screw-up I made, and when some friends started joshin’ me, he comes in like he’s riding on a white horse to protect me! I had to tell him to back off.
I don’t want to block the guy; he’s a hardcore listener. But I’m honestly afraid he’s gonna piss someone off.
Gynomite is a licensed therapist in 2 1/2 states and would love to take a crack at your emotional dilemmas. Write her at firstname.lastname@example.org- all emails stay confidential. Today, Gynomite takes on cyberstalking.
About three months ago I broke up with the guy I’d been dating for just under a year. Things are fine now, we’re cordial with each other, and we’ve both dated other people since then. Last week I went to his Facebook profile once and since then, I’m hooked. I check it and refresh it constantly, and there’s lots of stuff to obsess over on it. I thought I was over him, but I cannot stop checking his profile. Does this mean I’m not over him?
A woman’s recent Facebook status has been purchased so that it may be optioned as a movie.
What was the status?
Pomeranian raided Chinese takeout bag overnight, opened and ate a fortune cookie. Her fortune: You have strong spiritual powers, and you should develop them.
The movie would be about Charlotte, the Pomeranian, who uses her newfound superpowers to save her owner’s home after said owner loses her job and is forced to contemplate moving in with her folks.
What have your statuses done for you?
This amazing website collects all the best/worst things about Facebook and deposits them conveniently in your lap. Like this:
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