(Closed) Should I call out my friend on her rude facebook post?

posted 8 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 122
733 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I personally hate the term hubby or anything like that, but that friend of yours is just rude. I’d write “Thanks, I wonder who you’re talking about in this post”

Post # 123
11231 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

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@bklynbridetobe:  Right? I’m like, I’m complaining about how much I hurt because of how out of shape I am! It’s not sexy (but it was a mistake lmao). I sent her sister a message and she was like, “I have no idea what’s up with her lately. She has problems.”

Post # 124
79 posts
Worker bee

I wouldnt she’s just jelous! Under her post I would just write “hubs hubs hubby hubby hubs!” hehe very childish of me but it would make me feel alot better 🙂

Post # 125
6114 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

I vowed a while ago never to get into any Facebook debates, arguments, or scuffles.  It will add years to your life!

Post # 126
1460 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

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@MrsWBS:  Right?  I’ve found both in my personal life with my niece and nephew, who are 19 and 27, and at work that people who handle sensitive matters via email and text have a difficult time handling confrontation in face-to-face situations.  I’ve seen people just shut down rather than respond to a confrontational client sometimes.  It really stunts people professionally and does no favors personally either.  No one likes confrontation but it’s a part of life.  Besides everyone knows that the written word is not very effective when trying to make a point.  Tone and attitude are very difficult to present unless spoken and written word is often misinterpreted because of that.  Prime example is this very thread.  😉 

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@raisedonrobbery:  I’m not really talking about casual conversation.  I’m not against texting and emailing in general but when it comes to important conversations I think there are better ways to communicate.  🙂

I’m still trying to figure out how I’m feeding into the stereotype.  I’m not the one texting one of my friends because she made me mad on Facebook.  Maybe due to my advanced age I tripped over my cane, fell, and hit my head on the toilet, which led to massive ignorance and confusion.  LOL 

Post # 127
433 posts
Helper bee


It’s sounds like she’s just making a joke.  Hubs and hubby are extremely stupid terms so I can’t blame someone for posting that.  So I’d probably ignore her and maybe try to type out the proper word next time or just use his name since I’m sure most people on your Facebook knows your husband’s name.

Post # 128
2080 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@peasantsong:  seems like she is very immature. As long as you two are cool with it is all that matters. I believe she was probably irritated or in a bad mood before your post. I wouldn’t invest anymore energy into it.

Post # 129
1243 posts
Bumble bee

Out of all the more important things you could concern yourself with (what, like the lint currently populating your navel, the color of the sky, etc.) how on earth could you find the time to deal with this matter? I recommend letting her wallow in that brain dump by herself and you move on to more pressing matters. Like why no one has invented head-to-toe invisible Spanx yet.

Post # 130
482 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@peasantsong:  Just ignore it, starting a big controversy over a silly facebook comment would be just as lame as her comment. If she is childish anough to make a comment like that on her factbook wall, then go ahead and just allow her to do that. If she ever says anythingthing further about it to your face, just say “Actually, I will just call my husband whatever I like, he certainly doesn’t seem to mind so neither should you” and that will effectively stomp her out.

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