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Gordon here has a problem that didn’t exist back in the days when people had to pay to develop photos:
One of my best friends from school uses a popular Face-themed Social Network that I also use.
I have her in my close friends list because she is nice, and I am interested in funny things she might say, and what she gets up to.
However, for the past year she has had a – admittedly cute – baby. Which she posts pictures of approximately 6 million times a day.
I’m beginning to think she may be a crazy baby lady in the same way I am becoming a crazy cat man.
Is there any way to make her stop posting so many baby pictures without putting her on my ‘acquaintances’ list?
I’ve been considering recreating all her baby pictures with my cats. Would this be too much? I plan to have a baby one day, but hope I can restrain myself from posting so many baby pictures, because it’s pretty annoying, and it’s kind of creepy in a way (babies need privacy!)
I’m right, right?
So answer me this: what do I do?
p.s. my wife agrees with me.
Good, Gordon, good – I’d hate to hear this VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM was causing a breach in your marriage on top of all the other havoc it is wreaking.
As a fellow Facebook user I am, of course, familiar with this scenario; but to be fair to the baby-owners, whenever they post a picture of it, everyone goes nuts over it, so perhaps your friend is just responding to demand. If you really want to deter her, you could start adding faintly lecherous comments to the photos, so that she’s too creeped out to post any more. She will probably also be too creeped out to be your friend any more, but as aforementioned, this is a VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM and thus demands radical solutions.
But, Gordon, since you confessed you are a Crazy Cat Man, I see you as even more of a problem than this woman: if I look to the future, when you have had that baby you talk about, you will forever thereafter crap all over your friends’ feeds with incessant pictures of both the baby AND the cat – and, inevitably, the pictures of the baby and the cat TOGETHER.
So I refuse to help you, but readers, you are welcome to go to the comments to dispense advice to Gordon. Or maybe you can just post pictures of your babies, to wind him up.