Facebook And Attention Whores [Pic]

Submitted by: i_rule_you 5 years ago in Funny

The best one-two punch since peanut butter and jelly.
There are 51 comments:
Male 500
i lol`d
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Female 150
wow...can you spell EPITOME?
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Male 625

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Male 1,754
Flawless logic.
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Male 358
@Tommy2x4:
Nice Alice reference.
Maybe a little inappropriate, but cool reference just the same...
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Male 2,384
wow i hate facebook
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Male 2,841
This is why you should always boil water beforehand. Baby soup is delicious.
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Male 678
tommy2x4, can`t you gather your thoughts into ONE post?

Also, this might be a post on FB that was made only public to close friends.
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Male 3,477
Dead babies can`t take things off the shelves...
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Male 3,477
First!
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Male 3,477
Fake
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Male 25,416
Stupid
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Male 216
Intelligence must really be running thin today.
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Female 4,039
@Patchgrabber - you just cemented your point. WTF is some broad at work telling you about her tubal ligation anyway? She`s clearly mental.
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Female 418
Reading these comments made me forget about the real post. Anyway...
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Female 2,674
"I believe she was generally dismayed by her miscarriage, and I think it was magnified by the fact that she had her tubes tied before the miscarriage, or at least that`s what she said."

Wait what? Tubes tied = no pregnancy, EXCEPT maybe a tubal pregnancy which will kill the mother if not removed.
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Male 5,811
*genuinely dismayed
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Male 40,752
"Don`t tell anyone" she posts on FaceBook... lolz!
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Female 4,438
O_O
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Male 5,811
@lostinkorea: I believe she was generally dismayed by her miscarriage, and I think it was magnified by the fact that she had her tubes tied before the miscarriage, or at least that`s what she said. But...there`s a difference between wanting a constant pity-party, NOT dealing with the grief in an appropriate manner i.e. professional therapy, and getting closure and professional help. Her problems aren`t my problems, and my empathy only goes so far, especially when the person isn`t dealing with her problems properly.
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Female 2,674
Survey says: Tacky.
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Male 3,745
:|
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Female 4,039
*nevermind. gah.
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Female 4,039
@lostinkorea - I totally like you and I don`t want or mean to offend - but I think bringing up something as personal as a miscarrriage and one`s grief over it, to which there is really no adquate response for a anyone, nevermine a mere co-worker, to give, is selfish and self-centered. Life is awkward and sucky enough - and especially at work. Bad sh8t happens to everyone.
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Male 15,510
Nice, everybody is a psychiatrist now
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Female 3,726
*more compassion than you`ve shown your co-worker.*
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Female 3,726
patchgrabber Male, 18-29, Canada 1141 Posts Monday, March 05, 2012 9:36:18 AM
@lostikorea: I know, and I`m not trying to say it`s something to be taken lightly, but 5 years? She needs to get on with life, not mull around about it.
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We don`t know her background. Does she have a history of miscarriages? Is she able to have children at all? Was she going through other issues at the time? Being a part of humanity means being empathetic. I know they don`t teach that in school and parent`s rarely teach this (hence, why we have so many bullies and school shootings). I think if people would stop being so god damn self centered and put themselves in someone else shoes for 2 minutes, this hell hole we call the world would be a much better place to live. I don`t expect you to understand because you are very young/immature but one day you will. And who knows, you may have to go through this one day with your significant other, if you do, we`ll talk then. I just hope you show her mor
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Female 2,674
patchgrabber, saying she should get over it is really insensitive. You never will be able to understand what it`s like to go through something like that. HOWEVER, I understand not wanting to hear about it constantly, especially when it happened 5 years ago. It seems like she seriously needed some therapy. The only person I`ve met who randomly talks about her miscarriage that happened ages ago was my stepmom (soon to be ex-stepmom) who brings it up for sympathy. She also words it like "I lost my child in a car accident" which makes you think she had given birth and her kid died. When in reality she was in a car accident and had a miscarriage afterward :|
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Male 5,811
@Oystah: Yeah, it`s awkward eating my lunch in the break room while she`s writing and reciting a poem for her dead baby.
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Male 5,811
[quote]OMG one a year on the anniversary of her miscarriage you were made to feel uncomfortable. poor poor you.[/quote]
Perhaps I wasn`t entirely clear. She made the biggest stink about it on the anniversary, but it would be a common topic she brought up almost every week.

The inability to come to terms with a traumatic event years after is a sign of inadequate coping mechanisms. She should have sought real therapy, but instead all she did was get "therapy" from her church pastor.
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Male 3,445
It is weird to bring it up like that. My mom rarely talks about her own. I had a coworker whose mother died. One year he asked me what I was doing for mother`s day and I told him I was taking my mom to lunch. His response was, "I`ll be at the cemetery."
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Male 657
@patchgrabber
OMG one a year on the anniversary of her miscarriage you were made to feel uncomfortable. poor poor you.
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Male 11,739
[quote]You`ll never understand, patchgrabber.[/quote]

He`ll never understand a psycho nutjob? No, probably not. Yes, I know it`s a traumatic thing but to make a big deal about it every year on the anniversary is mental. I know a lot of women who have had a miscarriage and none of them do stuff like that.
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Male 5,811
@lostikorea: I know, and I`m not trying to say it`s something to be taken lightly, but 5 years? She needs to get on with life, not mull around about it.
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Female 4,039
@patchgrabber - I have also known someone like that, and sorry guys, but it`s super awkward at work.
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Male 3,445
@Patchgrabber: My mom miscarried at one point. I don`t think she ever got over it completely.
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Male 358
@ PsychGeek
"7w0 h0ur5 83f0r3" would be leet.
"2 hrz b4" is just laziness.
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Female 3,726
patchgrabber
Male, 18-29, Canada
1138 Posts Monday, March 05, 2012 9:13:25 AM
I used to work with a woman who miscarried and still gave it a name and wrote poems about it and sh|t. Then on the "anniversary of her dead baby" she`d be all worked up and make everyone uncomfortable. She had the miscarriage 5 years prior. Get over it.
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You`ll never understand, patchgrabber.
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Male 6,737
Sigh.
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Male 5,811
I used to work with a woman who miscarried and still gave it a name and wrote poems about it and sh|t. Then on the "anniversary of her dead baby" she`d be all worked up and make everyone uncomfortable. She had the miscarriage 5 years prior. Get over it.
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Male 3,445
PsychGeek: Thanks. Not that I`ll be doing that. ;)
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Male 93
I dont want to live in this world anymore
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Female 1,798
@ FoolsPrussia:

go to the Language setting on your FB, you can choose "Leet Speak". that`s what "2 hrz b4" is.
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Male 2,552
lul wut?
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Male 316
great now I have a headache from face palming so hard.
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Female 2,525
Maybe she posted the status with privacy settings so it could only be seen by certain people.
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Female 2,761
I hate people
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Male 3,445
What`s with the "2 hrz b4"?
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Male 715
who on facebook isn`t an attention whore?
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Male 9,766
So happy I don`t use facebook.
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Female 358
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