I did it.
I don't know why.
But I did.
I suppose I am vulnerable to peer pressure.
That would also explain why I read Twilight.
Everybody else is doing it, I thought. I better too.
Do what you ask?
Because I am in desperate need of another thing to suck away my time....
So, I thought I would just peek around. Not send out any random friend requests. Just a handful to my inner circle.
Boy was I mistaken.
My inner circle of friends seems to have a rather large outer circle of friends.
Suddenly my inbox is OVERFLOWING with friend requests.
But here is where I get confused.
We haven't talked or seen each other for 15 years and you want to be my friend?
We weren't really even "friends" 15 years ago.
You see me every week at church but won't say hello to me unless I say it first and you want to be my friend?
I might cave to peer pressure, but I don't crave popularity. I don't care how big my friend list is. In fact I would prefer it to be small, thus producing less people I have to keep up with. But, I am thinking that most people do care, and that is why randoms are coming out of the woodwork begging to add me.
Am I missing something? Am I too cynical? Any thoughts?
Or do you want to be my friend to look cool and super popular?