If you're reading this, there's a pretty good chance you're a member of the most exclusive, ultra-cool, super-swanky club in the world
Facebook's not for everyone at least, it wasn't for everyone. When it started off as a nifty little thing for college students to feel special, it was a legitimately great creation but since they opened it up to everyone, it's exploded into a world-wide thing it's outta control. So now, I'm gonna do everyone a favor and break it down in a simple pro/con manner.
Pros of Facebook: 1 everyone always kinda wanted to stalk, Facebook makes it easy. 2 when your mom asks you how your friends are doing, you can give a legitimate answer despite having not talked to that person since high school. 3 you can maintain relationships that you never thought you'd maintain. 4 road trips get more fun because you can try to find a place to go/stay. 5 great distraction on test days. 6 great distraction when there's a paper due. 7 if there's nothing to do, just Facebook, it's a time-killer.
Cons of Facebook: 1 allows you the freedom to never, ever get anything done. 2 people you don't like add you as friends, but you don't have the heart to say no. 3 talk about impersonal. 4 more addictive than crack. 5 both high schoolers and your grandparents can now register a facebook account. 6 getting invited to groups and events is pretty f'in annoying. 7 Facebook's a popularity contest; it's like getting picked last in kickball all over again minus the peeing your pants. 8 horribly awkward situations when you interact with someone in real life that you barely know from Facebook whether you friended them because they were attractive or whether you met them, friended them, and never talked to them again. 9 you can't search for people whose names you don't know: for instance, I tried to find "hot girl from the rec center with 'Bobcats' written on her butt pink shorts" and I found nothing. Talk about disappointing social network my ass. 10 and this is the biggest one: no nudity.
So when you break it down numerically, it becomse so simple the Cons outweigh the Pros in a 10-7 slugfest. Sure, there are elements I probably missed, but then again if I didn't say it, it's probably not true.
Kevin Nye once again proving things through simple numerical logic.You're welcome.