Comments on every single status I put on FB

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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356 posts
Helper bee

@hegetsme:  I have an ex’s family member that does that. And for some reason, I haven’t deleted them yet. I’m lazy.

Post # 4
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4413 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@hegetsme:  YES. MY FIL.

Most of his comments make little to no sense, which is an extra bonus!! A week or so ago he left a comment that was actually legitimately funny, and this was so out of the ordinary that I had to tell DH about it.

Post # 5
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5288 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

@hegetsme:  I had someone like that on mine and I just put hem on limited access so they couldnt see my status updates or pictures or comment

Post # 9
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1134 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

@Swizzle:  Oh my gosh, that sounds like my grandpa with his stupid email chain mail jokes. Like, the type of jokes that were floating around the Internet 15 years ago.

Post # 10
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55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

@hegetsme:  my dad comments and likes everything ! So annoying, not like I can block my own dad haha! It’s even worse when I change my profile picture and it gets one like and its him ahh!!

Post # 11
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2421 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

@hegetsme:  We call her Facebook Aunt.  She’s not even my blood aunt.  She’s my mum’s longtime best friend.  I still call her by Aunt because I grew up doing it.  She keeps my mum posted on what my sister and I do on facebook (my mum doesn’t have it.)  

My sister and I laugh about it.  I don’t put anything up that I wouldn’t want the world to see, so it’s no big deal.  

FI’s family comments a lot on my stuff.  It’s cool.  I think its their way of bonding with me.  We live very far away, so any kind of interaction is helpful.

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

@Swizzle:  Oh NOOOO….. LOL! That’s so gross… I’d much rather have the RC cars! So does he have heads on plaques & things like that hanging up?!

@iarebridezilla:  Wow, I don’t know of anyone who brews their own beer! That’s kinda cool (I don’t drink beer, but I have a lot of respect for resourceful people who make or grow their own food/etc. Those are the people I hope to know in case of a zombie apocalypse).

I totally know how annoying it is to have crap taking up the table space. We got a new dining set awhile back, nothing fancy, just a pub type table & chairs, but it’s a lot nicer looking than the old one & so far it just “collects” things. Keys, mail, laundry, etc. besides the RC cars & all ten million of their tiny pieces. 

Post # 6
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5932 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

@okqueenbee:  For about two years, our guest room was dominated with a hideous train table made of plywood and 2×4’s….it was beyond ugly and the first thing you saw as you walked up the stairs…I hated it, I hated all the crap piled under it, I hated the shit on top of it and I wanted to burn it every time I clapped eyes on it….but said nothing.

Finally, Mr. 99 got tired of it, and took it down. 

@iarebridezilla:  We’re big homebrewers ourselves, but the garage is where all the equipment is stored and used, and the crawlspace is where it ferments…but there is always at least 24 bottles on the kitchen table…not matter what.

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Mine isn’t too bad thankfully after reading the above comments 🙂

He’s a mobile crane operator so there are a couple model cranes in my basement, couple framed pictures, etc… that I can handle. Espeically with them being downstairs where it’s mostly just a family room. Hopefully they never make their way upstairs.

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