Born after 2009

@edsss17 (4398)
Philippines
May 1, 2011 3:36am CST
Kids born after 2009: "Mom can I see photo albums when I was a baby" Mom: "Sure! Let me login into Facebook." SEE? everyone of us was affected by FACEBOOK.. Even the 10 years old kids now have Facebook accounts! HMM.. As long as I can remember I started social networking when I was 15... It was 2 years ago... Now, My 9 and 11 years old sister and brother have their own Faceboook account!
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• Philippines
10 May 11
You guys are lucky today, you enjoy things we don't enjoy in our generation. Believe me, even a 3 year old boy know how to use the computer and play with them. Amazing isn't it? How I wish I was born today's generation, LOL.......
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@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
10 May 11
Hi ate! yea.. but I think too much is not good too!
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• Philippines
11 May 11
You are right that is why I have rules inside the house. My daughter can only use the computer for a maximum of 2 hours a day. Everything should have its own time.
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@inu1711 (5288)
• Romania
1 May 11
Nice joke about Facebook, but I think it is not valid for everybody. Not everybody is Facebook addicted. There are people who don't even have a Facebook account, and there are also many that even if they have an account, they are not active (I myself am from the later category ). I visited my brother's family recently and none of them has a Facebook account. They have a 10 years old boy and he is not interested in social networking programs. They are more anchored in the real life than in the virtual world of social networking.
@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
2 May 11
WOW! That's good...really good!
@bagarad (12674)
• Paso Robles, California
13 Dec 12
That's healthy. When the world crashes down on one, it's usually not the virtual-only friends who come to your rescue. Facebook is good when it helps maintain loose ties with people far away physically or whom we rarely see anymore because we no longer work together in the same church, school, cause, club, or place of employment. We don't like to lose touch because we just never know when circumstances may bring them back into our daily lives. But social networking tends to keep our relationships pretty superficial until we have some real face-to-face time. And too much social networking really cuts down on our time for real face-to-face interactions. We see that when people in the same room are both on their cell phones texting to people not in the room.
@raj_gupta (312)
• India
1 May 11
Ya, indeed its catching up really fast. When people ask where are you they reply facebook or twitter or linkedin instead of home or playground!!! It is almost necessary these days to be on at least one social networking site and facebook is surely the number 1 in this niche.
@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
1 May 11
I know right! Facebook nowadays is so influential, I must say!