Girl, to another girl: He's not on Facebook. He has a girlfriend, so he said that he doesn't need it.
Interesting thinking, huh? And given the statistics about Facebook being named in divorce suits, not entirely inexplicable.
And what about the statistics about social network penetration and demographics? How reliable are they?
Eleventh grade girl: How do you get Facebook to stop sending you messages?
Twelfth grade girl: I don't know how we did that. I deleted mine.There's too much drama on there.
Eleventh grade girl: I have three. I forgot the passwords, so I made a new one. I don't have Internet at my house, anyway.
Twelfth grade girl: I don't have Internet at my house, either. I use my phone.
Eleventh grade girl: Look at how long it's been since I've been on here. It's the last day of school. "Here's to our crazy amazing summer! Ha." So, should I make another Facebook? It's tempting.
And just who's using Facebook? I think I know the answer.
Twelfth grade girl: What's my mama's Facebook password? She has pictures [of the student's baby] on her Facebook.
But this may be the best strategy yet:
TIL Not having a FB account is pretentious. Having a FB account that you use so erratically that you torque people off is true balla.
— Samantha Helmick (@SHelmick) August 29, 2012