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These Facebook Status Updates Will Make You Laugh…Or Cry!

There are things that are best left private; things that should definitely not appear as a status update on your Facebook page!

However, there are people who are clueless about life and the internet. They think that they can post whatever they want because there is this thing called freedom of expression after all!

Well, technically, you can post whatever you want on Facebook [unless it involves something banned by the social media site] but there are just some things you should never share lest you become the laughing stock of the people on your friends list. Or, if you are really unlucky, get picked up by popular social media icons such as Senyora Santibañez and shared on their FB page! Uh oh!


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So, let this be a guide to everyone out there…These are some of the status updates you should NEVER post on Facebook…unless you want become the stupid joker of the day, of course.

Grammatically wrong English posts…Grammar Nazis are everywhere! Why not just post it in your local dialect or in Tagalog if you are having a hard time expressing things in English?

Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com

When you are doing really stupid things…

Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com

 Or just about anything crazy…weird…or melodramatic

Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: Senyora Santibañez/Facebook
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com
Photo credit: mugstoria.com

Let this be a lesson to all of us, guys and gals. Remember, Facebook is not your diary!

Written by Joy Adalia

A non-functioning licensed Chemist but full-time mommy of 2 kids, full-time wife, and full-time freelancer ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  1. lol hahaha aanhin nya kasi yung tatlong dick? XD pero pamatay talaga yung mga mas over pa umacting kaysa sa mga artista XD

  2. Eto yung mga tumatandang parents na pag pumunta sa mall, naka family attire. Yung tipong nakalagay pa yung family name nila sa tshirt tas picture ng lolo and lola ang harap.

  3. This is funny and they are being ridiculously stupid but you don’t have the right to compile any of these into a website just for you to get views and people to laugh at. These people are merely expressing themselves through social media and no one has the right to shame someone for doing so. You are entitled to your own opinion when you look at their post but this is just cyber-bullying. You are basically making fun of them because they aren’t well educated and can’t spell properly? Were supposed to help each other in this country not bash those who we think are less than us. Can you imagine what the person will feel when they see their post on a website like this? Try to put yourself in their position.

    • Bash? What are you whiteknighting about? Have you seen all the ridiculous advice animals and stupid memes we laugh at on the internet? It’s basically similar to these stupidities. The internet is a public domain and “cyber-bullying” is defined as “the use of information technology to repeatedly harm or harass other people in a deliberate manner.” I don’t see any harm in this since their names are blurred out. Cyber-bullying is humiliating LGBTs, calling people out on their race, religion or beliefs when they themselves do you no harm. If you can find something similar to bullying in the posts, then point them out.

      These are pictures and posts of people at their utmost stupidest. If you read memes and have the gall to even laugh at those “funniest videos” stuff, then this is similar to that. Additionally you’re in no position to speak for the whole country about “helping each other out”. Let the people do what they need to do. I might as well not “help people out” if they’re as shallow and idiotic as these posts show them to be.

    • That also gives them a lesson. You have a point, though. But giving these people a chance to know their mistake could make them a better person. Bakit ikaw may natulong ka ba sa kanila?

    • That also gives them a lesson. You have a point, though. But giving these people a chance to know their mistakes could make them a better person. Bakit ikaw may natulong ka ba sa kanila?

  4. I totally agree with Vince!!! Shame on you for shaming these people… You’re a mom of 2 kids?! What if those were your kids?!!! The whole world can read this…

    • I think their parents doesnt have fb accts, coz if they did, they would have reprimanded their child for stupidly humiliating themselves as well as their family’s name.. and please if ure a parent pls do remind your children to never post their emotions on fb for the cruel world we live in doesnt give a damn.,!! If they want to get noticed , do it artistically,or even educational.,.stop embarrasing yourselves! Especially the virgin no more ,,,or the pregnanty test post,,, ure just lucky i was not your mother!!!

  5. Ano nga ba yung isang nabasa ko…

    “Education is important, but swag is importanter” by a ridiculously stupid teenager, we were once stupid teenagers too, but not like this. *facepalm*

  6. I was going to ask what these people were smoking but I guess “WEEDS is not ahj drugs, don’t panic is an organic” answered my question.

  7. Joy, I think you got the lesson all wrong. Simply put, “Stay in school. Forever, if possible. Looks like it’ll take that long for you to actually learn something.”
    Lol.

  8. I’m just a high school graduate but I can use English fluently the way I can use our Tagalog dialect when I was at their age. I also can’t change my way of texting like using shortcut texts because I think using shortcut texts will cause me as “nakakabobo in grammaring”. I’m 30 now but (sigh) when I see all our kabataan/youth becoming like this? I don’t know if I laugh or be angry. Geez, I really don’t know. Our national hero Jose Rizal really makes a big mistake to give his life to the youth at his young age of 35. If I die now, I will ask or tell him if I see him in afterlife in Spanish “Hey Jose Rizal ,sabes lo que sucede en Filipinas cuando te fuiste hace 119 años? Gobierno corrupto, gotas moneda peso, la estupidez juventud, juventud irrespetuoso y no hay unidad de nuestro pueblo.” What will be his answer then?

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