what do you like about facebook?

January 25, 2009 10:54am CST
do you have a facebook account? i do have one, it is good to keep in touch i think, and gossip. blurrrrrr not much into facebook. what about you?
5 responses
@blue65packer (11835)
• United States
26 Jan 09
I'm only been a Facebook member for a month. So far some of my friends are friends from work. Two happen to be relatives! A niece and a nephew! The other 2 are old classmates from high school. One is my dad's girlfriend's son! The other person form high school I still don't remember and hope he gives me more clues! Alot of high school I don't care to remember and rest I have trouble remembering! Anyway,until my home computer is fixed I don't have musch time to spend on Facebook or Mylot! I like both sites and wish I had more time to visit theses sites when I'm at work on the computers in the computer labs!
@joniebee (182)
26 Jan 09
Hi there lovesummer,I'm always on facebook,I love the ability to keep in touch with people who i haven't seen or heard anything from since the day we left school,This amuses me enormously.I also like to browse through the applications section to look for cool new games or groups etc.I also love to be nosey and go snooping through all the photo's that people have put on their profile,Ha it's great fun.
@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
25 Jan 09
i also have a facebook account. it's good to keep in touch with my friends who are out of town or away at school and also sharing pictures with friends. and i only go on if i get an email saying i got a message from a friend..
@UK_Shree (3604)
25 Jan 09
I think facebook is alright but I am not obsessed with it, as a lot of people are. I only joined it recently and I use it only to stay in touch with people that I don't get to see that often.
@mimpi1911 (25479)
• India
25 Jan 09
I used to love facebook a lot but recently I have been bombarded with applications and I cannot even do justice to my friends' requests. The pretty face has been spoiled and made clumsy by 1001 applications. I would rather like it simple and more accesible.