When is TMI too much TMI?
Rochester, New York
September 12, 2017 8:06pm CST
I'm connected with someone on Facebook who posts way too much information on her page. She has posted about her love life, her sex life and things she eats for her daily meals. She loves posting gossip about other users and also her family. Especially about her family. Her followers tell her many times that they don't care what she eats, and about gossip. They also tell her over and over again that they don't want to know how many times she has sex a day or her favorite toys and positions. That is just too much TMI if you ask me. I'm still connected with her, but rarely interact with her on Facebook unless it's via a game we play together. City Girl Life. I usually just pass her posts by because of the stuff she talks about.
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• United States
Yeah that is too much TMI. I have someone on my friends list that post every hour what their doing and always post pictures of their food they make. I think that is a bit much. I don't even post every day and if I do i'm sharing news articles etc.
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Even I would not post such delicate information here! I only have my good reads account hooked up to Facebook Will not be on it more than twice or so a year. I leave it up t my sister to update me on our family as she goes on all the time at least a few times a week. If i am really concerned about my cousin, i call my aunt and uncle and get the info from them. I tried it once and was told to get off the caffeine by some rude man
I don't mind seeing what people eat. It is a good way to get recipes. Also I love seeing people post their seasonal foods, like my daughter does 31 nights of Halloween and she posts their movie for the night and the Halloween themed food. That is fun. However, as far as people's intimate lives, that is TMI. It is cheap and shallow. Someone is desperate for attention. Also, to post gossip or other people's personal business is way over the line. I have deleted and blocked those types of people. The best way to send a message is not give them the attention they are trying to get.
Facebook is like her best friend, I suppose. Nobody cares about her favorite toys and positions at all, really? I'm not implying I do care. Good topics to discuss when you're at home with friends, but Facebook is another thing. I wonder if she knows?