Why can't people keep away from Facebook?
without friends and loved ones, life is.... well, lifeless
It's highly addictive. I think it's because it allows us to see behind the curtains into peoples lives. It's like a trashy celebrity magazine, only it's real lives. We want all the latest gossip on everyone we know.
A lot of people also want to seem more important than they really are by adding an abundance of people, most of whom they don't even know.
ill agree with the post below, but I dont think it is all bad at all, its a way for those you love and care about to communicate. I'll use myself as an example, I an in the Navy and have been overseas my entire time, including a carrier! Facebook has helped me stay in contact with my wife along with my family! and as why people are so addicted to it, i think that mainly applies to the youth of today!
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