The 10 most horrifying instances of Facebook oversharing.

The 10 most horrifying instances of Facebook oversharing.
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Get a room you two. Get a room far underground, away from any wifi signal.

As we're brought closer together by our social networks, we can't help but see things shared that make us wish we were all scattered far apart in distant regions of the Earth. Or, at least, that we all lived in an alternate reality where the Internet was never invented and discretion is a virtue. These status updates seem to go out of their way to prove that giving the populace an unlimited ability to share everything about one's life was a really bad idea.

 

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Thanks for validating our decision to never eat again!

 

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Let's keep things on a "need to know" basis. We never need to know anything about you again.

 

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This isn't Game of Thrones. If anything, people would prefer proof that you WON'T produce an heir.

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We think he's actually not bright enough to be allowed to play with Legos (small pieces).

 

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So many questions we don't want answered.

 

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Looks fun. Very "role model-y."

 

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Read this while living...Yuppp. 

 

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That's some emotional posin' young lady. He'd totally have clicked "Like."

Via Lamebook, Reddit

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