It's happened folks, I've recently discovered that I have been de-friended on Facebook.
I wouldn't have even known it, until I got a little suggestion that I add someone to my friends list, that was already on my friend list.
I laughed when I saw this, because, seriously, she's already on my friend list, and we've been friends IRL since first grade!
So, I clicked on her profile link, and I no longer have access to all of her information.
"This is strange" I thought "It must be some mistake!"
I looked at her friend list and I was not there!
It's true, I have been officially defriended.
Was it something I did? Was it something I didn't do? Was it because I continually ignored her requests to join her in Farmville, Mafia wars and all of the other games she invited me to play?
Was it because I never clicked on the link to find out what questions she answered about me?
Was it because I didn't come to her (fill in any multi-level-marketing company) party when she advertized it on Facebook and begged everyone to attend?
Was it because I never included a profile picture of myself, so she just had to look at that creepy sillouette whenever I made a comment?
What would make a person purposely eliminate someone from their list of friends.
I was rather perplexed.
I decided that she probably just left her computer logged on to Facebook, and her cat defriended me.
Then other friends from my list started appearing in the "friend suggestions" page on Facebook. Three of them to be exact, and I'm pretty sure that at least one of them does not have a cat, (and I doubt that dogs have that kind of dexterity)
Now I'm wondering what is the proper protocol for this type of situation. Here are my ideas.
1) Act completely oblivious to the fact that they have purposley eliminated me from thier friend list, and send a friend request to them. (multiple times if necessary)
2) Sit in front of the computer, staring at the friend list that I'm not on, and feel bad.
3) Go out for ice cream.
Your suggestions (and friend requests) would be appreciated.