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One of the reason i deleted facebook.
I just worried too much with it and it ended up becoming more stress then fun. So much competition for likes there too :S
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Person: *Passive-aggressive FB status* - "That's what friends are all about; they are people with whom you can be silent"
This doesn't sound like a complaint.

It reads more like "I am OK with your silence."


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"I am OK with your silence."
I dunno, that actually does sound kind of passive aggressive.

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This guy seems to be trying very hard to try to get to know you. I think he is overreaching on his attempt. (To be fair Iím not Ďtechnicallyí on Facebook and therefore not an expert on the normal behavior of status changes.)

If this guy changed his status to "That's what friends are all about; they are people with whom you can be silent". I personally think itís a little weird but I donít think it was done to passively attack you. I think heís crushing hard and itís his way to try to let you know he understands. Heís trying to get you to open up to him.

Question: Do you actually leave the computer and pace around after reading something unsettling?
I do that sometimes. Just wondering if anyone else does it?

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