In The Social Network, it was stated that the popularity of Facebook was in part because of the exclusiveness of the site. Welp, it sure ain’t exclusive anymore. In fact, it's kind of a clusterf*k. And if there’s anything that says that something isn’t as cool as it once was, it’s when your parents are allowed to be involved. Here are ten embarrassing things your parents do on Facebook.
Post Photos That You Never Wanted To See The Light Of Day
Thanks for tagging me in the photo where I’m a toddler and running naked through the sprinkler, Mom. All my friends found it really cute. Almost as cute as the photos you put up from the 1970’s where you’re taking a hit while Dad’s shirtless next to you sporting the hairstyle and mustache that gives even Jerry Sandusky the chills.
Talk About Their Sex Lives
By far the most embarrassing on this list. The worst thing in the world is thinking about your parents getting it on. Just the thought makes most want to suffocate themselves in a bag of rabid baboon farts to the point of passing out so they can get the picture out of their head. Now just think how bad is it when a potential 500 million people can think about your parents getting it on. Inhumane.
Post, Watch and Comment About Everything
Yes, everyone from 10-year-old girls to college aged bros can be guilty of this, but somehow it seems 1000x worse when it’s your parents. Really, Mom? ou felt you had to leave a 3 paragraph thesis on your views on why property taxes are too high then five seconds later post a link to a cat playing the piano? Pretty sure your former high school flame you haven’t talked to in 25 years really enjoyed you clogging up his newsfeed with that happy crap.
Not Understand the Language Of the Internet
TMI? Too Many Instagrams. BRB? Oh, that’s just Buy Round of Beers. DTF might as well be Driving To Friendly’s to most Moms and Dads. There have been instances where parents have thought that LOL means Lots Of Love. Seems harmless, right? Except when it’s written on Facebook as, ‘My condolences, I’m so sorry for your loss. LOL.’
Interact With Your Friends
Most people don’t want to interact with their own parents via Facebook. Most people would also rather give an Indian rub burn to their genitals than have talk to other people’s parents who they barely know via Facebook. Awkward city.
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