Thursday, August 7, 2008

I Hereby Solemnly Swear...

To never post my wedding picture as my facebook profile picture.

To never have so many applications of my facebook page that nobody can find my wall to write me a message.

4 comments:

Matthew said...

Hey now. I used my wedding pic like forever! It was about the only pic I could get loaded at the time, and you were in it, but still :)

I understand the app thing. I have very few apps on my page anymore because they got annoying. And those people who only use the fun wall get to me. What's wrong with the regular wall?

Rhia Jean said...

I'm just saying that it is really annoying for people to change their profile pic from them and hubby standing in front of the temple to them and hubby kissing in front of the temple to just them in their wedding dress...etc. It's like they can't get enough of themselves in their wedding attire and think no one else can either.

Alison said...

Yeah, that is annoying. I don't know why I find it so obnoxious that people post their wedding photos as their profile picture, but I guess it's kind of like they're saying: "Look! I'm married! Aren't I awesome? Don't you wish you were me? Yep, you do, 'cause I'm hooooot." Ick. (Matt you and Emily are excluded from this group I'm talking about. Those obnoxious people are a totally different ridiculous breed from y'all.)

I also agree with Matt about the Fun Wall thing. I try to keep my wall front and center. I am CDO after all.

Matthew said...

I may be wrong, but I don't think we were the disgusting newlyweds. I was never (and still aren't) the public display of affection kind of guy because I know no one wants to watch that. Except perverts.

And I see the "we're married and your not" mindset some couples have. Like being married is the bestest thing ever and you just need to get married so you can exist in a perfect state of nirvana like the rest of the married people. Well, that's not entirely true. You can be perfectly happy single, and perfectly miserable married. So, yeah, I get your point :)