"I don't get it, the shot clock still has 10 seconds...so, why do I hear a horn?"
Sometimes "TMI" can stand for "Too Much Immediacy." It's not that we don't want to be informed that a friend is masturbating / on the toilet / performing brain surgery / all of the above. We just worry that by trying to share it with us while in the moment, they're not savoring the moment as much as it can be savored. These Facebook users exemplify the growing spirit of real-time overshare, refusing to wait even five seconds before updating their status with the most private, unnecessary, and occasionally disgusting details of the life they're living right now.
Drunk driving because no one answered your call is a new passive-aggressive record.
Hard to say who is dumber, the guy who posted for "sinthetic" or the person who thought
it would be possible to reason with him.
What are you doing making a simple update? That's a Facebook Milestone right there.
Is it just me, or did no one call 911 before posting to Facebook?
I hope this isn't the prequel to the bagged lunch one two photos up.
Probably made someone's heart rate go up, that's for sure. (via Failbook)
You're right about the second half of that. (via reddit)
I hope that other guy didn't Google that while driving. (via)
I'd say by not embarrassing him in front of everyone, but hey, what do I know? (via Lamebook)