The prosecution would like to enter into evidence the following Facebook post...
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.
Now everyone will know you are a real class act.
What did Man do before fleshlights and hot pockets?
Yeah, it'll definitely be less awkward right afterwards.
It's cool, they probably had to fart.
This looks like a video game...that someone is about to lose.
Fun Fact: This was the first question ever asked, circa 90,000 BC
Live fast, live-update your death young.
You are on a phone on Facebook. I guess in your case, the issue is having no friends.
His grandson made him so awkward, he cringed too hard and it turned into rigor mortis.