Thursday, September 13

Facebook Funnies! (Volume 3.)

Facebook Funnies!

Hello, and welcome to another hilarious installment of 'Facebook Funnies,' where we get to peek into the personal lives of Facebook users by simply keeping an eye on the Mini-Feed. It's wacky! It's hilarious! It's Facebook Funnies!

Today's Facebook Funny comes to us from 'Sam.' This was his updated mini-feed on Thursday:

"Sam added "The High School Ministry" to his interests."

Just 15 minutes later, he posted another update:

"Sam removed "girls" from his interests."

Thanks for stopping by, and stay tuned for the next installment of Facebook Funnies!

That picture is still funny.
Recently, I quite proudly quit Bebo. These kind of sites really take up all of my time. I bcome addicted and am unable to function if I'm not awhere of my profile views or something.

But if TheCDP does it, Facebook looks pretty tempting...
I'm only doing it to sell more books.
What is bebo?
He was one of the bad guys on, wait, that was Bebop.
No, no, silly JT. Bebop was a Hanson song.
You made that up.
Um, please don't get me and Kenny started on Hanson.
Nope, Cargirl. You're thinking of the Cindi Lauper song "She-Bop."

I want to see how far we can take this.
Hathery, it was a joke, you see.
Cooler villian: Bebop or Rocksteady?

My CDP mixtape is available to download here.
Shredder PWNZ all, but I'm going to have to go with Rocksteady on this one. He looks less dated.

Check out Domsar's mix, kids. I'm really looking forward to spending an hour with it...maybe buying it a drink, lighting some candles...kissing it behind the know, whatever happens happens, right?

I'll show myself out.
No, I meant the contemporary Christian musician from Columbus, Georgia. Bebo Norman!

Yeah, I had to search it.
Are you thinking of stand-up comedian Emo Phillips?

Because that's who I think you're thinking of.
I thought Bijou Phillips was a model?
No, Lou Diamond Phillips starred in La Bamba. He's the half-brother of Screech from Saved By The Bell.
No, that's Mario Lopez!
Oh, the guy that can break levitating bricks with his head?

Bob Hoskins? He was in Who Framed Roger Rabbit!

And my uber-late (but hopefully not too totally full of massive suckage) mix tape CD should be on its way soon, but I think it's going to take a while to get from The Nation's Wang™ to The Dairy State via USPS.
Wow....Bob Hoskins. What a reference.

I'm tingling with anticipation over your mix, Maus. In fact, I think I might need an ointment of some sort to remedy that.

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