Should I be offended if someone doesn’t add me as their friend on Facebook? Why yes or why no? ?
- Anonymous8 months agoFavourite answer
Haha I used to be. We were so stupid as teenagers.
- 8 months ago
No, if the person on the other side is using facebook, they don't deserve friends anyway
- 8 months ago
No, only get offended if someone kicks sand in your face so to speak.
- brian 2010Lv 78 months ago
No. There's already a difference between Facebook and real life, something that you failed to differentiate.
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- DanielLv 78 months ago
No you should not be Offended its only Facebook
- wobafettyLv 68 months ago
Have you added every single person who ever sent you a friend request on whatever platform it might have been? Probably not. I bet that offended some people. How could you do that to them?
- The MikelLv 78 months ago
Not at all. What did you lose... by not being an Electronic Friend.
Companionship, what movies, museums, picnics, did you not have together...
Go to the Park, make REAL LIVE friends. People who will help you move, etc.
- MattLv 68 months ago
No. It's a social media platform, not real life.
- Anonymous8 months ago
If you consider yourself their friend and they add other friends on Facebook, but specifically not you, then yes. It’s never fun to be excluded, especially by someone you thought was your friend.