This may be the most literal update-at-an-inappropriate-moment we've ever had. (via reddit)
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.
I don't think it's inte-meant to be with you two, buddy. (via Lamebook)
That big, blurred-out thing? That's a cadaver of someone who donated their body to science.
So, he's like one shade smarter than the guys from Dumb & Dumber. (via Lamebook)
Wow, he sounds like the kind of asshole who would take a selfie at a funeral. (via reddit)
Mike, you're not so good at this 21st Century thing. (via reddit)
"I got this." - Completely accurate, totally not reassuring. (via reddit)
Certain people need to learn about this encryption technology called talking in person. (via)
It's a good thing admissions officers don't have Facebook. (via)