Saturday, September 27, 2008

Do you really want to know.

Well Yellow M&M Tagged me (She's one of the blogs that is linked to in the side bar) to talk about the facebook groups I belong to. Do you really want to open up that can of worms folks? I tell you, it's not pretty. It could be worse though, I could be answering this when I belonged to near 100 groups. Now I am back down to 44.

Anyways the first on my list of all the groups is 1,000,000 AGAINST THE NEW FACEBOOK LAYOUT! It has a whopping 2,630,273 members at the moment!
The last on my list is Why I believe God still has prophets... Hmmn, it's a bit quiet there...

For most recently updated is again the Anti-new facebook group, so the second is BYU-ID - A group that I helped inspire when the networks were first threatened to be removed.
The last on my updated list is 100 Hour Board Addicts - Nothing to really say here.

As far as size go, the other high ranking groups groups are Petition against the new facebook and Feeny...Feeny....Fee-hee-hee-heeny....
The lowest member group that I belong to is a bit of an inside joke that I'm not completely inside of; Karen's cute nostril. Yes. It does sound strange.

I would like to mention that I admin two groups, but unfortunately one is very inactive as no one wants to learn how to conquer the world. They just think that the group looks cool most likely. Of course they did start posting when I put up pictures of hated leaders who did try and conquer the world, but that is a different story. But you have to find that group on your own.

But a couple that I like are; RIP, Naked Indian Snowman, Edward Cullen Can Eat My Shorts - The Official Anti-Twilight Trilogy Group - although it has been a while since I last posted there. The last one I'd like to mention is
All life lessons can be learned from watching Forest Gump.

So hope you enjoyed this facebook stuff about me.

I tag Bob and Orb360!

1 comment:

bobtheenchantedone said...

Once again, I refuse to be tagged. Tagging doesn't stick on me! Ha ha!

I'm going to write a blog post on something else instead.