More People You Hate on Facebook

Who are the people you hate on Facebook? Do they brag about their Pinterest conquests? Rally behind their favorite politician? Can’t stop talking about numero uno? Does this sound like you?

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Over Doer: People You Hate on Facebook

Definition: The over doer is one who believes I can do it all, I am the best, look what I did, shake my own hand, pat that old back for myself, better than you, person. Hey, I did this… look what I’ve done; it’s all about me. That person just has to be the best on everything. – Urban Dictionary

The Over Does uses Pinterest to excess, making every one else feel incompetent. “No, I cannot make a door wreath using only pipe cleaners and pine cones,” or “My baby will not sit still in a hollowed out pumpkin in order for me to post a cute Halloween picture.”

Politician: People You Hate on Facebook

Definition: A politician is the following: 1.) A person who practices politics. “Politics” is derived from the words “poly” meaning “many,” and “tics” meaning “blood-sucking parasites.” 2.) One who was perfected the art of lying. 3.) A highly paid yes-man.

The politician posts daily about the upcoming political race, especially during an election year. They threaten to drop you if your political beliefs are not exactly the same as theirs. They cannot stop ranting on and on about the latest bond measure.

Best bet? Keep your opinions to yourself or form a private Facebook group for the likeminded. We don’t care about your opinion!

Interested in which politicians have the most likes, click here: http://fanpagelist.com/category/politicians/

Narcissist: People You Hate on Facebook

Definition: A narcissist is the following: 1.) Excessive love or admiration of self. 2.) A psychological condition characterized by self-preoccupation lack of empathy, and unconscious deficits in self-esteem. 3.) Erotic pleasure derived from contemplation or admiration of one’s own body or self, especially as a fixation on or a regression to an infantile stage of development. – Urban Dictionary

The Narcissist cares only about herself. The typical Narcissist is a teenager flaunting her parent’s money. She will post hundreds of photos from the dressing room as she tries on a prom dress or vacation wardrobe.

She posts 599 selfies a day. In a swimsuit. Photo shopped with filters.

 

 

Quitter: People You Hate on Facebook

Definition: Someone who gives up on something.

The quitter repeatedly threatens to quit Facebook or drop you as a friend. I can respect the people who need to quit because it’s taking up too much time. The constant need to check Facebook is a waste of energy, we all know that. But to quit altogether? Perhaps a bit of moderation is the way to go.

But the Quitters I hate are the ones who try to guilt you into quitting too. I hate the Quitters who say, “OMG, you still use Facebook? It’s sooooooooooo dumb. You should really stop.”

Some say quitting Facebook makes you happier. http://www.sciencealert.com/yep-science-confirms-that-quitting-facebook-makes-people-happier

Do what you want Quitter, but leave me alone. I can control myself.

Foodie: People You Hate on Facebook

Definition: A foodie (substitute with whichever term you prefer) is essentially a food geek. It’s someone who enjoys food on an intellectual, social and sensual level. S/he is passionate about discovering novelty and quality and sharing knowledge and experiences of food with others. – Quora https://www.quora.com/How-would-you-define-a-foodie

The pretentious foodie attacks the non-foodies through social media with a constant barrage of “holier than thou” attitude regarding their culinary fare. Through their food blogs, they exhault the latest overpriced restaurant. We are assaulted with an endless list about the importance of a gluten-free diet or vegan diet.

“OMG. You really MUST try Platinum Brasserie. It’s to die for.”

Let me eat my Cheetos in silence Foodie. You don’t know what you’re missing.

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Comments

  1. I’ll have to research the “other” people to know, but you can feel free to add my personal peeve: the sarcastic booker.

    Examples: “I love it when I’m late for work and there’s heavy traffic and I have a sinus infection and a huge meeting and it’s pouring and I have a dentist appointment after work.”

    Special mention: The cryptic booker who posts something like, ” Lied to again by someone I trusted”

  2. Lori Duff says:

    “Let me eat my Cheetos in silence Foodie.” Amen to this one. I honestly had Cheetos for breakfast this morning. They were delicious.

    But truthfully, the person I hate on Facebook is the Vaguebooker, the one who posts something like this, “I can’t tell you why, but I really need you to pray for me.” Or, all by its lonesome, “Some people need to quit and mind their own business….I’ve said too much already.”

  3. Ann Angst says:

    The vagueboker is just a fisherman, casting their shiny lure of gossip, hoping someone will bite!. They are my biggest pet peeve, but I also hate the ones who are looking for sympathy and attention. Can we come up with a name for them? “Well I should be sleeping but I guess I must be thinking of my surgery tomorrow. I know it will go well and is a routine procedure but pray for me at 9:00 tomorrow.” Really? If you had real friends they would be aware of your surgery already but you’ve probably already worn them thin with your constant “look at what’s happening to me” so it’s necessary to seek attention from social media now. Hey what is the surgery again? Oh you’re having a wart removed?

    • staceygustafson says:

      I wish I had time to reply to your comment but I have that scary thing to do later in the week at that place in that one town. Got to go. Pray for me.

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