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I’ve been largely AWOL from gchat and facebook this past week, which is atypical for my internet-addicted ass.

This weekend, I got a few text messages from my usual buddies wondering what I was up to and if I was okay.

I am not okay and don’t have any advice for them to give me, but It was nice to know that people notice when I’m not around. (Just for the record, I’m only a little bit of a creep and/or weirdo.)

I’d also like to note that I’m happy to see webcomics lightening up serious topics and getting more exposure and understanding for mental health issues like anxiety and depression.

And to my depressed internet, buddies out there, also hibernating for the winter:  Surround yourself with friends (if you’re up to it) and love yourself.

Categories: human nature Tags: comic, depressed, depression, friends, help, loneliness, robot hugs, webcomic

Review My Friends 

Here’s a new website that I’m sure will facilitate talking shit behind your supposed friends’ backs.

Anonymously praise or critique your Facebook friends and see what others think about you. Don’t worry, no one will know you wrote it!

You can easily Connect to RMF via Facebook. And then talk nice things. Or talk shit. The choice is yours.

http://reviewmyfriends.com/ – My friends made RMF, so I might be a little biased, but I think it’s a good idea.

This is not a sponsored post. I’m just promoting them for free because I like them. So um, this is a reviewmyfriends.com review I guess. 5/5 stars. Would gossip on daily.

I also advised them to have a good lawyer on tap in case a 14-year-old Canadian girl kills herself from bullying.

Categories: Viral Things Tags: drama, Facebook, friends, gossip, review, review my friends, reviewmyfriends, RMF, social media, twitter

friends

Archive

Posts Tagged ‘friends’

Via http://http://www.robot-hugs.com:

I’ve been largely AWOL from gchat and facebook this past week, which is atypical for my internet-addicted ass.

This weekend, I got a few text messages from my usual buddies wondering what I was up to and if I was okay.

I am not okay and don’t have any advice for them to give me, but It was nice to know that people notice when I’m not around. (Just for the record, I’m only a little bit of a creep and/or weirdo.)

I’d also like to note that I’m happy to see webcomics lightening up serious topics and getting more exposure and understanding for mental health issues like anxiety and depression.

And to my depressed internet, buddies out there, also hibernating for the winter:  Surround yourself with friends (if you’re up to it) and love yourself.

Categories: human nature Tags: comic, depressed, depression, friends, help, loneliness, robot hugs, webcomic

Review My Friends 

Here’s a new website that I’m sure will facilitate talking shit behind your supposed friends’ backs.

Anonymously praise or critique your Facebook friends and see what others think about you. Don’t worry, no one will know you wrote it!

You can easily Connect to RMF via Facebook. And then talk nice things. Or talk shit. The choice is yours.

http://reviewmyfriends.com/ – My friends made RMF, so I might be a little biased, but I think it’s a good idea.

This is not a sponsored post. I’m just promoting them for free because I like them. So um, this is a reviewmyfriends.com review I guess. 5/5 stars. Would gossip on daily.

I also advised them to have a good lawyer on tap in case a 14-year-old Canadian girl kills herself from bullying.

Categories: Viral Things Tags: drama, Facebook, friends, gossip, review, review my friends, reviewmyfriends, RMF, social media, twitter