Don’t believe everything Facebook tells you

Piers pointed out to me today something funny that he saw on his Facebook feed.

There were my status updates where I was stressing about my essay, groaning about not having much time left to finish it. And then, on the same page, it also showed that I had been watching Prison Break on Netflix.

 

Irony

 

Now, this is a complete lie because, while I was toiling away at my essay, Piers was the one who was watching Prison Break on my Netflix account. Because my Netflix is linked to my Facebook, it auto-updated.

Stupid Facebook.

But it’s all good. I enjoy linking all my apps to Facebook so that everyone knows whenever I watch a movie, listen to a song, play a game or toast some bread.

Today, we live in the happy delusion that people actually care about every breath we take and every fart we make. If it keeps us happy and raises our self-esteem, why not, huh?

Indeed, why not.

But just remember not to believe everything you see in Facebook because someone could pretend to have watched an intellectual film just to appear intellectual, or another person could use someone else’s Netflix account to watch Prison Break while said someone else is supposed to be working hard on an essay.

But, still, all is good. I have scanned through Netflix quickly and not found any overly embarrassing films or TV programmes in there so Piers is welcome to knock himself out watching all the shows he possibly can because Netflix is like a TV buffet.

Anyway, the worst of my chicken pox is over now. I don’t even want to talk about it because it is the worst singular experience I’ve had in my life.

I am now trying my darnedest to catch up with my school work because I had to miss an entire week of classes, during which I was sick and miserable at home, at times fantasizing about rushing outside in the middle of the night to provoke random drunk students so that they would be inspired to stab me dead.

In the meantime, I have been honing my drawing skills on the new social game, Draw Something, which you can play on Apple and Android devices, and which you should because it’s fun. Download it and add me via Facebook or e-mail so we can play together and I can traumatise you with my crappy drawings.

Can’t stay to chat now. I have just finished writing a 5,000-word essay but I have one more to write, the contents of which were taught when I was absent from school.

Hoorah.

Have a good March and be as mad as a March hare!

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6 thoughts on “Don’t believe everything Facebook tells you

  1. Good luck with your essay! I’m studying Early Childhood now as well and the workload is CRAZYYYYY. But at least I don’t have any 5000 word essays :p Just wondering, do you have any placements (where you get placed into a school/kindergarten for a few times a week)?

  2. Hey writing an essay should be easy for you, ur such a good writer; anyway good to hear that ur over the chicken pox, I cant being to imagine how horrible it must be.

  3. I came across your blog while searching for some inspiration online, you have made me smile to my pixeled screen entry after entry. Love your honesty and comic jokes to life. Continue to do what you do best, is it hard to find bloggers that have blogs life with a touch of humour nowadays. Have fun in UK and blog more often with pics too. =)

  4. Hey jiayou for school!! Hope you’re well now :D
    Currently in first year of HCI (J1) and also struggling with workload. Thanks for motivating me to get back to studying for my maths lecture test!
    (I have not had chicken pox too T_T)

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