On a serious note, I like facebook as it, among other things, even opens up a world of communities (pages, groups, etc.) and individuals I’m interested in but would not have otherwise come across and communicated or stayed in touch with after school, college and so on. I imagine a lot of people, if not all, would feel like that. I also make the distinction that we have different degrees of friendship, where the close ones are the most important, but the less close ones are not totally meaningless – not to mention that few human relationships follow linear patterns.
Having said that, most jokes rely on exaggeration, and the best ones also make us think while making us laugh out loud. Although there’s nothing really wrong if “Gina is eating other people’s food” and wants the world to know, I find this Jimmy Kimmel clip and the way William Shatner endorses it with something like a solemn, two-sentence philosophical haiku hilarious!
While most people appear to be impressed by the following take on Facebook, some also find it sad: