Facebook Status Quotes - Page 2
As Facebook has a “Poke” button, it should have a “Kick” button as well.
I’m wondering why logging onto Face book has become part of the everyday routine?… Do I really have nothing better to do!
Facebook is where hypocrisy, falseness, double standards, rumors and depression meet up for coffee.
Who needs TV we got Facebook DRAMA.
Liking your own status is like high fiving yourself in the face.
If the world really ends in 2012, I wasted my whole life in school.
Call me anorexic, call me fat. I can put on or I can lose that. Call me annoying, call me dumb. Excuse me miss; but I’m having fun. Call me a flirt, call me fake. That’s just me, so give it a break. Call me weird, a nerd & a geek. Call me what you want, I’m just unique.
I know that I am beautiful, looking is enough but staring is too much.
Facebook is the only place you can write whatever you feels on a wall.
Grrrr Facebook won’t stop asking what’s on my mind even if I tell it, it keeps on asking.
So you’re a player? Nice to meet you, I’m the coach.
My job is definitely secure. No one else wants it.
I’m cle’a[ni.ng m'y' ke]yb36oa;rd.
Jack will update his Facebook status for money!
Linda notices that nobody ever says, “It’s only a game” when their team is winning.
Sandy really wishes she could but, My panty hose sprung a leak.
Statistically, 132% of all people exaggerate.
Sometimes I wish life had subtitles (and in a big font)!
Jessie took the “Are you spending too much time on Facebook” quiz and the result is “No – You should spend much more time”. Jessie shot the computer.
Cleo really wishes she could but, I’m attending a perfume convention as guest sniffer.
Who says I’m not in shape? Round’s a shape, isn’t it?
Ian just found out that they took the word “gullible” out of the dictionary!
Whoever said facebook was a good idea, “Let me share my dull life with the rest of the planet.” ?
Ruby says it’s been a business doing pleasure with you.
Sonia has found love in Facebook. She is from Bangladesh and “vhan day vill reesh amehica”.
That awkward moment when somebody is doing dishes and you slowly put another dish in the sink.