The pleasure of not being social enough

18 August 2011

I hate being social. Especially in social media. I hate the fact that there is fifty people online on Facebook and still there is no one to go out with in the night.



I hate being social. Especially in social media. I hate the fact that there is fifty people online on Facebook and still there is no one to go out with in the night. So I started asked myself, is there something wrong with me or Facebook? To prevent to answer I have terminated my Facebook account. It has been two months now and honestly, I do not miss such a thing at all. I feel sorry for the people who look at their “walls” everytime they got the chance to be online. Scrolling down and down and down. And what for? Most of the time you can not even talk with those people about the upcoming presidential elections in the USA or about purposes of gay prides. They do not care, they just scroll down. I have found too little inspirational things on Facebook that could prevent me from staying there.

I do not want to lie to you. I sign up to Google+ one day after it was launched. But I am not checking my “wall” daily there, I am not that active, but at least I receive different feedback than on Facebook. I am getting rid of my habit to share everything everywhere online. But this night is an exception, this night I wrote online: “The only thing I am missing here, there and everywhere… the late night chat.” Really, how come that all of sudden there is nobody online in this late hour on ICQ or on similar messenger? Who can I talk to in this melancholic mood? Who can I blame it for? So in the end of the night I am forced to ask myself only one question: “Is it really the social media or is it just me who to blame for not having to talk to around two in the morning?”

And that is also why I hate being social.

 

2 comments

  1. #13 August 18, 2011

    Jo, no to už jsem spal. :)

  2. Ivy August 19, 2011

    Tak já tě příště vzbudím;-)

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