My old classmate who posts photos of her picture perfect family on Facebook is ...
Getting a divorce. Suddenly the glossy photos and braggy updates stopped. They were replaced by vague song lyrics and hopefully notes about prayer and positivity. And now she has changed her "status" from married to "single." Her ex was a tan football type, too. Would it be wrong to ask her what happened?
I think you know the answer is yes, OP.
No, not if you ask via "private message"....
Do you think he divorced her because she is a Facebook narcissist?
There is a known pathology with the Facebook show offs, ya know.
This. Never. Happened.
They would go into counseling, then her doctor would increase her happy drugs til she's no longer "paranoid" about him having affairs. Then she would annonuce, "We worked through the pain".
He's coming out of the closet. She can't deal with it.
Can't you just find out through the grapevine like normal people do? It's not like she's going to tell you the truth anyway.
She used Facebook to post pictures of the people she loved?!?! What an obnoxious CUNT!
Links to pics of the "football type" please. Thank you.
Since every possible answer would annoy you, OP, the answer is "no". Don't pry.
OP, are you secretly delighted to see her going through the divorce? Did she do something to you when you were classmates? Is it all about the tone and content of her Facebook posts that irked you? What are you really after here?
This is why I got off Facebook.
No I wouldn't ask, but I'd tell her I was sorry to hear the news and let her know I'm available if she ever wanted to talk or vent.
In the meantime, I'd dig around for whatever I could find out, because I am kind of nosey.
Hell yes, ask her. She's putting her entire life out there for people to see. She wants the attention. I don't understand this nonsense about being delicate when she's the one announcing it to everyone. Facebook people are weird.
Why the fuck do you even care OP? Worry about your own life. She's just another divorced frau.
OP, start "liking" every sad, self pitying comment she makes. And post "lol" under them.
Look for marriage fail meme jpgs and post them on her wall here and there.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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