helen-louise (baratron) wrote,
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Facebook scares me

Richard uses Facebook rather than livejournal because all his paintball people are there. I wish he'd use the same "networking site" as me so I'd know when he's up to things, rather than having him announce randomly that he's out all weekend on Thursday or Friday night. I may have to get a Facebook account myself, on which I will be known by some made-up name due to my lack of desire to have my surname publically available.

Anyway, at the moment Richard's Facebook front page has a People You May Know box, which suggests that he may know some chap called Ian. It says, and I quote "You and Ian both live in London". My gosh, the boy & this other individual happen to live in the same capital city of 8 million inhabitants! So they must know each other! Er... ?
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