July 28, 2011 4:59am CST
What is your opinion with those people who change their facebook status from time to time. Today they are single. Tomorrow, they are in "an open relationship". the next day, they are "in a relationship". And when they starts to fight, it became "complicated". Then 'single' again.Do you "like" it?
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28 Jul 11
Hi pepper! Sometimes it is really amusing to see people changing their status so often. But when they change it too much, it gets really tiring. I even think sometimes that these persons just want attention that's why they change their status a lot. I even think some people do it even though it is not true, I mean, if it's not really happening in their lives. They just do it so they get attention from their friends or whoever they want attention from.
28 Jul 11
i think people that do that are stupid! me and my partner are engaged on facebook.. have been since we got engaged. we had a massive fight a few months back and i kicked her out of the house,, and we fell out for a few days. the last thing i would ever have thought to do though would have been to change my relationship status on facebook lol! so while in my head i was thinking, ITS OVER lol we were still engaged on facebook. we're all ok now though, it blew over after a few days lol so its lucky i didnt change it! i think people that change their status like yoyo's are just attention seekers, looking people to ask them whats wrong, and what happened etc just to get attention!
28 Jul 11
I'm not one to judge, it's good if other people want to be that open about their relationships, but I personally will only update my relationship status on Facebook if I am certain of what is going on between my significant other and I. I don't want to share our problems, and I don't want to look like an idiot if I am in a new relationship one day, and single the next. To me, it's like introducing someone as your boyfriend/girlfriend to your parents, to your entire family. I feel I should only do it once we're comfortable in our relationship together and certain that we want our families to share our joy with us. It's a given that any relationship will, at some point, have a rough patch, and I don't think it's necessary to share every one of them with all of Facebook. Again, that's my own personal taste, and if my Facebook friends feel the need to share that information, then it doesn't bother me, as long as they expect to get questions and reactions in return.
15 Oct 11
I think everything about facebook is crazy except for being able to see pictures of your loved ones. What I mean by that is...I am a member on facebook and only so I can see pictures of my granddaughter. I live 1400KM away from her and she is my only grandchild and so I signed up on facebook so I can see her pictures my daughter-inlaw posts for me to see. But in being a member of course all my other family members have requested my friendship so I accepted. And then a few friends did the same. Now every time I go to my account I see what everyone is saying to their friends and I don't like it. I am a very private person and so if I can read what they are doing, they can read what I am doing too. I don't like that one bit. Also my niece was getting a divorce and she requested her lawyers friendship on facebook and he accepted and after a couple weeks her told her to cancel her account, that she was hurting her chances of getting what she wanted with her divorce. She was posting everything that happened in her life, day to day. She was posting everything bad about her husband and the divorce. She was basically slandering him and her lawyer told her he could use that against her. I find that facebook is a good place for nosy people and so I don't post anything and only go on facebook to see the pictures of my family that are posted. Cheers my friend and happy mylotting, Chris
29 Jul 11
Those people really a cheater, friend. They don't want to reveal there real status because they want to cheat someone who love them or someone to make them happy. I really wonder why many people in facebook doing such events. They said in relationship...they are shame to revealed that they are married or engage...
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29 Jul 11
Doesnt really botter me what they put there. The only people i have as friends are family and people i actually know. The only one i know who changes her statue a lot is my neice and she is unstable. Her real life statue is really always changing. I never understood people who use "its complicated" as a statue. Your either in or out.
28 Jul 11
I usually don't care about other people's businesses when it comes to their relationships. If they're single then so be it. If they change their relationship status to married or open relationship or what not, fine, I'm happy for them. I usually just mind my own business and play Ninja Saga.
28 Jul 11
For me, these people wants to show the world that they have an erratic mind, immature and shallow. Might have been depicting their feelings at that time. They did not know that only 10% are reading their posts (if not at all). Ha!Ha! But Facebook is a social networking and people can write freely albeit crazily. And No! i don't check the 'like' - its a pathetic status.
28 Jul 11
i do have friends like that. i just don't mind their status, coz it's their wall and it's their freedom to express themselves thru their status. but honestly, i just don't get it... you know, letting everybody know what they're doing and stuff like that. it's not twitter... but just as i said, its their freedom to express whatever they want to say.