I now regularly check my Friendster account so as to post thank-you comments to those who gave me "congratulatory" comments for my recent achievement. I am overwhelmed by the great amount; and with that another thank you. I also had friend requests from my elementary classmates that I haven't heard from for a long time.
Not to mention, some friend requests are from those I do not know. Honestly, I don't add people I don't know but I don't reject them. It's up to them to reject themselves *lol*. But if like, we're somewhat acquainted, that's the only time I add them.
One person scared the shit out of me. The guy is from Sta. Rosa, Laguna and he sent me a message that he knows me and asked for my home phone number. I just said that I'm sorry but I don't know him so I can't give him our home number. After a few days, he had this friend request which of course, I didn't accept. Then he kept on flooding me messages that we went to school together and other what's wrong with me bullshit. In my imbyerna mode I asked him which school and he said, Canossa. Ngek! I never attended Canossa, no! When I told him that I never studied in Canossa, he kept on insisting that I studied there. I got so pissed off so I rejected his request and blocked that guy from ever accessing my profile again.
churi, restricted po ito
If it weren't a way to keep in touch with my friends, I would've cancelled my Friendster account. Call me a social retard but I just don't want meeting people in that way. Buti when you blog, there is real interaction between the author and the readers. Ang saya kaya ng intellectual and funny conversations...
Hooray for blogging!