Facebook Meet My Delete Key

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

“Went to high school with this person, that’s all I know.” Delete.
“Hmm, don’t even know you…” Delete.
“You have a pretty face. Nothing else to been seen here, moving along quickly.” Delete.
“We use to hang out time to time, not much recently.” Delete
“Always a good friend to me, no complaints here.” Delete.
“Ex-girlfriend, ehhh. I think that sums it up best.” Delete.
“One of my good friends; wouldn’t be who I am today without you.” Delete.
“Ex-girlfriend, well I guess so, but we became close anyway. Awesome person.” Delete
“Yeah, don’t know you . Bye-bye.” Delete.
“Won’t miss you.” Delete.
“Probably my best friend. Pains me to see you go.” Delete.
“Another ex? Still wish it would have worked at times.” Delete.
“Oh, wow this is tough. My family, obviously I’m going to miss yall.” Delete
“Me? Uh oh, almost done now.” Delete.
“And finally, you have always been there; right here, so close to me. Physically at times we were distant, but I always felt you in my heart. Even when I put you on my ignore list, I always came back. Blocked at times, but thankfully that didn’t last long. Fact is, without you there is no me. You complete me. This is the hardest one, but I must say good bye.”
Delete. Invalid Request. Click Help for more Information. Delete. Invalid Request. Click Help for more Information. “Wait, what is this nonsense, why can’t I delete you?” Delete. Invalid Request. Click Help for more Information. “What in the world is going on? Ah snap, duh.”

*My opinion of Facebook, is certainly not a favorable one. But I’m not writing to speak of ill of it, rather to give props. Facebook, along with what seemed to be a simple pondering about the “delete key” on a keyboard, allowed me to create this piece. Hopefully, the next sentence, which will be the last one, completes the picture I have drawn for you. This is a piece about faith, a piece about hope, a piece about God.



7 comments on “Facebook Meet My Delete Key

  1. Haha, wow. I have never quite done that, but I also did just write about Facebook. I feel like my relationship to it is such a source of inspiration, whereas the program itself is rather a bit of a let-down usually.

  2. hermanbusuru says:

    hahaha!! very fuuny!

  3. Sharmishtha says:

    dont use facebook, dont have plans of using it in very near future either but love the jokes that circulate the internet about it. 🙂

  4. Jhazy242 says:

    Absolutely positively brilliant! High five. I still use mine though. This is quite funny.

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