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I Love You, Mom. Just Please DO NOT Post These on Facebook

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The Most Annoying Facebook Posts that Moms Should Stop Doing

We all love our moms, and while we love how they keep up with the modern times, they have the tendency to use technology to annoy the rest of human kind.

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Reading about Facebook posts—those that smack of TMI (too much information); those that were not supposed to see the light of day could be the most annoying thing in the world ever.

Dear moms, just stop.

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  • The “I Have the Best Husband Ever” Post

We understand that you are extremely happy that you are married to a beautiful, caring, thoughtful creature, but for the rest of the single ladies out there, your Facebook status might not be as cute as you think.

  • The Every Angle Baby Pictures Post

Your baby is adorable, ah-mazing, and a squishy little cutie pie that you just can’t seem to get enough of. The thing is every mom thinks the same way.

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  • The Religious Rant Post

We certainly have nothing against people who practice their own religion, but it should be done in private, as not everyone practices the same religion as you do. Lessen this type of Facebook post, please.

  • The “Please Vote for My Kid” post

Unless you have thousands of followers, your chances of getting a decent number of votes are relatively slim. Stop insisting on your friends to like your kid’s pictures, unless you plan to split the winnings with them. Hint, hint.

  • The Award-Winning Speech Post

Award-Winning Speech Post

A Facebook update of an outpouring of pure appreciation for no reason at all—yes, that could be annoying. Wouldn’t sending a personal message to the ones you truly are grateful for be a lot more genuine?

  • Challenges to Repost Stuff

These could be about moms, friends, husbands, wives, sisters, brothers, cancer patients, people with special needs, yada, yada, yada. “Moms are the best. Share this post if you love your mom.” Seriously, who has time for this?


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