Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Pied piper


I have a public Facebook page where I post links to do with writing (my own, or that of other people, or writing in general). Facebook is this fancy technology called 'social networking' which apparently enables easy two-way communication. Most reports by people called 'scientists' suggest that by 2015 it will completely replace any face-to-face interaction between humans. The positive effects of this will include eradicating communicable diseases, leading to healthier home sapiens; also it will do wonders for preventing procreation and therefore halting the population explosion. See, come here and you learn stuff!

Sadly, not many people currently 'like' my page. Until I get enough 'likes':
  • I cannot access "insights about my activity" (whatever that is).
  • I do not count as a whole person. In fact, it makes me look like a pathetic failure of a human being who no-one likes.
  • I will stop eating custard.
As you can see, this is pretty serious. So if you use this new-fangled book of faces, please consider clicking the button that says 'like'.
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2 comments:

  1. I would 'like' you but I'm not on Facebook.

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