5 “Katangahans” or Stupidities Teens Should NOT Be Posting on Facebook
Facebook is a tool that can be used to empower us all with better communication with our family and friends around the world. It has also eased the load on spending for cell phone calls or texts. Facebook is definitely a tool that can be used in a positive way.
On the other hand, Facebook can also be the most advanced technology that can help spread the KATANGAHAN (Filipino word for ‘stupidity’) of an individual.
Facebook is a social networking site, so it is absolutely normal to socialize with others on this site; but be weary on what you are sharing on Facebook!
Here’s a list of the things you should NOT post on Facebook, especially for the kids and teens out there!
5 “Katangahans” or Stupidities Teens Should Never Post on Facebook
1. Don’t post your personal phone numbers on Facebook
We see a lot of teens posting their numbers on Facebook with comments like this:
“Here’s my number 0921-WTF-9876. I lost my phone. Please text me your numbers.”
This is definitely a no-no! And as expected, we’ll be getting a follow up status update a few hours later saying something like this:
“Who’s number is this? 0913-WTF-1234. I hope you die! You’re a creep! Did your parents teach you nothing?!”
This, my child, is YOUR own doing! If you post your number online, there is a 99.99999% chance that you might get one of the following text messages:
“Hi, wanna f*ck?”
“People say you’re not a virgin anymore…”
“Aren’t you the ex of Ben?”
“I heard your left nostril is no longer a virgin”
This is why, number 1 on our list, is that you should never ever post your phone number publicly on Facebook. Other than people not giving a rats ass about you, you’ll also get a lot more people who will cuss you out and make sure you absolutely feel and understand, that they do not give a rats ass about you.
2. Never post your personal problems on Facebook.
This is another one of my pet peeves! Especially when people start posting about family problems! Seriously, of your 2000 friends on Facebook, not one of them gives a rats ass that your dad is a douche.
Then, when people start commenting and giving you advice, you come back with a “MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS” reply!
Look here you nincompoop! Stop posting things if you don’t want others to tell you what they really think!
3. Don’t post sexually suggestive photos and expect people to not say anything dirty!
This makes no sense to me! You post these videos of you twerking or that gimmie gimmie bullcrap, making sure that your full buttocks is displayed for the camera to see, then you’re caption will say something like: “Please, no bad comments”
Well Twerking-Mother-Teresa! WHAT in the world did you want the majority of people to say to your butt-filled video? The majority of people watching that will probably be horny men! And what do you expect them to say? “You have a beautiful soul…” ?!??!
You shook your entire bottom in those skin tight yoga pants of yours that you never actually use for yoga!
4. Don’t post your fights with your significant other
Seriously! We don’t care if you are having a lovers’ quarrel with your three week old boyfriend. I swear, we couldn’t care less.
5. Don’t PDA on Facebook
Especially you Shrek looking couples! For real! You really don’t need to post a picture of you kissing each other everyday! If you think it’s cute, because you’re together everyday and you are proud that you will be together forever, well…. it’s NOT CUTE.
Just our 2 cents. Parents, please get parental on your kids! Make sure these teens stop posting these things on Facebook or any other social media outlet.
What else should kids or teens stop posting online?!
Original post translated with permission from teenagepinoycrap.blogspot.com
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