there was a point in the conversation where an entry said, #DearFavoriteEx, isn't it enough you unfriended me in facebook? you even had to block me?
i sighed a relief. i am somewhat thankful that at this day and age when everything is dependent on social media, i am done with such shenanigans.
allow me to be a bit nostalgic here. i remember it was year 2001 when i get invites to join friendster and was told to 'accept' their request. back then, i guess the standards of social dominance relies upon the number of friends that is connected to you and how much posts you get. geez i can't even remember how friendster worked anymore. hmmm i think pictures and messages were the important features for me then. the thing i hate about it is the 'people who has viewed you' feature. yeah, its flattering that guys were checking me out (aherm!), but of course i had to be careful not to peek at other people's profile. hello, stalker alert haha!
year 2009, i deleted my friendster account. too much unpleasantries and woes. i joined the world of facebook and started anew... new friends, new memories, new disposition, new circles. we mature (you think?!), and became responsible social media participants. the dynamics evolved a lot over the years.
and going back to the podcast episode, i am moved to post an entry... just for fun.
#DearFavoriteEx, i didn't want to say i told you so, but i told you so!