Facebook Status Quotes - Page 3
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.
Ruby says it’s been a business doing pleasure with you.
Facebook is like a fridge, you check it every 5 minutes even though you know that there is nothing there.
Dance like no one’s going to put it on YouTube.
47% of all statistics are worthless.
James is cleaning out his medicine cabinet of expired prescriptions with a glass of water and several mystery pills at a time.
Peter reminds you to not play stupid with me! I’m better at it.
Facebook should have an ‘Enemy List’
Boys think of girls like books; if the cover doesn’t catch their eyes, they won’t even bother to read what’s inside.
Lauren lives vicariously… Through herself.
Jay feels ashamed of his smoking but it’s better that I smoke this and let the dreams of the cigarette workers come true then to be selfish & worry about my lungs.
I’ve officially been diagnosed with OFCD (Obsessive facebook checking disorder). I have also been told that I am beyond cure. Please pray for me.
Single doesn’t always mean lonely and relationship doesn’t always mean happy.
You don’t have to like me, I’m not Facebook status.
Got a new job with the local hostage negotiators and tried to phone in sick but they talked me out of it.
Single is not a status. It’s a word that best describes a person who is strong enough to live and enjoy life without depending on others.
I like kids, but I don’t think I could eat a whole one.
Claire is disturbed by abominable quadrupeds.
Neal is nealing the neally neal with the help of his close neal.
Not a Facebook fantasy
Quit acting like someone else.
For those of you complaining you can’t sleep, LOG OFF FACEBOOK! It’s a proven fact that it’s impossible to sleep while facebooking.
Dear Facebook: They are not “Suggested friends.” They’re people I’m intentionally trying to avoid.
James is going to borrow money from a pessimist. They don’t expect to be paid back.
I used to be schizophrenic, but we’re all right now.