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Facebook: Why did you delete me?


 Questions for You:
Have you ever found someone on Facebook that you just can’t stand, or that you are just no longer in contact with and decided to take them off your friend list? :o Well, there is nothing actually wrong with that, and in all reality you have the right to delete anyone you want for any reason.

However, there is also the moment when they decide to write back. :o :o

“SOOOOOOOOO I noticed you’re not on my fraynd list????”

Or the sad and hurtful approach in all lowercase with no punctuation other than the emo/cons:

“why did you delete me :(( “

Or lastly, the simple yet annoying 

“Just Deleted would like to add you as a friend.”

This happens to so many of us, but how does one truly respond to these situations.  If someone asks “why did you delete me? And why are you not on my friend list?” what can you say in return?
Facebook Responses:

why did you delete me :((   
A: It turns out I can only be friends with Attractive people. 

why did you delete me? :((
A: You didn't put out. 

I noticed you're not on my friend list.
A: That's because I deleted your ugly ass. 

I noticed you're not on my friend list.
A: Friend lists are for friends...you're just a bitch. (lmao)
***Hint to sound more like a jerk add parentheses around certain words, or if you really want to sound like a jerk add hashtags. 

I noticed you're not on my friend list. :O
A: #NoShit

why did you delete me :((
A: Three simple reasons. 
1) You are a cunt.
2) You Are a Cunt!
3) YOU ARE A STUPID FUCKING CUNT!
Best of luck and as of 06/02/2012 I am so glad I didn't buy Facebook stock. 

Did you?

Would you want an Add to Friends tshirt?
I think this only works for someone with boobs. :P

Comments

  1. you forgot the "you're just fucking batshit insane" response.

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  2. I deleted a load of people recently and got messages from a few of them. What I don't understand is how they realise I deleted them. I wouldn't know if someone deleted me.

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    Replies
    1. They were stalking you...facestalking to be Specific.

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    2. I wouldn't be surprised. My face is worth stalking.

      Delete
  3. they have no life. THAT IS WHY. people delete me sometimes and I'm like eh, unless they were a good friend.

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  4. I am more on Daryl's Side. I have no idea who deletes me. If they do delete me, they just lost a potential Friend with Benefits.

    ReplyDelete

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