Our 5-guy panel vents about the social networking site, Facebook.
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Sami Jarroush: Dear Abe has got nothing on us. Your tango goes straight to the source and that’s guys talking about sex, dating, make ups and break ups. I’m Sami Jarroush and this is that what he said. Other rules and other etiquettes to Facebook, when it comes to just putting up a status—is it better to just leave it just as open as possible just this is what I’m doing? Male: I once put up a status and thought it was cheaper. Male: Right. Male: And then I got all these messages like you sound really down like what? No! Male: You don’t sound anything! She wrote them in effort. You know what I’m saying? You wrote it! You typed it at your desk right before you were shipping your boxer shorts going. I’m going to catch the play offs today and maybe have a smoothie. Male: Are you okay? Male: Oh, no and the worst that the people are out there, Jenna just got home and can’t wait to watch Grey’s Anatomy. Jenna just watched Grey’s Anatomy and slept down. Jenna just scratch the inside of her thymus, going to have some, what are you doing? Why are you updating everything? Male: That’s why we have motive. Male: Yeah. Male: Gian Carlo is smiley face. Male: I just put it to “Oh”. I love people figured out. Sami Jarroush: When you’re dating a girl, do you automatically change relationship status from single to in a relationship? Male: A huge fight about this. Male: Really? Male: With my last girlfriend. I personally didn’t care what my MySpace or Facebook said, right? It said single since I’ve been on it. I didn’t change it than it didn’t think it mattered but it was a big deal to her that the world knows that I am in a relationship. Male: It just signally on my Facebook. You‘ll know it says in a relationship. My wife has not questioned, we are in a relationship but boy or her girlfriend, what is in a relationship? Why didn’t we check the married box? I’m like is there a married box? I haven’t seen a married box. It’s been a long time. Male: Are there times really like maybe on Facebook or MySpace you’ll put that state—that you’ll put statement “it’s complicated.” Male: I wish not a little one you said none of your — business. Male: Yes, they do! Male: You just don’t make it public. Male: Yeah, okay. Male: You set and forget it. I fix as it. Digital communication is pretty much the number one way that we communicate but it is so open to interpretation. Male: It’s the wall-to-wall that is the depth of the role. It’s the depth now. You and I are writing to each other but we have a middle person who can only read your wall and not my wall. They are getting half the story. They are getting comments, fragmented comments that you know what you did or that tasted wonderful. I’d love to taste it again. Male: I’m been bleeding for two days. Yes. Male: Do we have neutral friends on Facebook?