The rules: A) You complain about Monday’s, I delete you. B) You never complain about Monday’s, we continue to be facebook friends forever.
There are so many tempting games available for facebook users these days. Farmville is the main one that comes to mind. But after blocking Farmville on my facebook feed, I didn’t have to worry about it anymore. I’m in the mood to start playing a facebook game now, however. The thing is, I invented this game. Here’s how it works:
Anytime I see any of my facebook friends complain about Monday’s, I will immediately delete them. There is a reason behind this.
In a time where not everyone is fortunate enough to have a job, I don’t want to hear anyone even jokingly complain how about having to go to work on Monday. Because when people whine about Monday’s, they are ultimately complaining about having to get out of bed, go to work, and get paid. Not all of us have that option.
Just to be sure, I will delete anyone who uses any of these phrases or anything close to them:
“I got a case of the Monday’s!”
“Darn you, Monday!”
“Dear Monday, I could sure live without you!”
There are a few exceptions of people who I will not delete for complaining about Monday’s. I have a collection of guy friends that I cyber-bully regularly. After reading this notice, they would probably complain about Monday’s just to despite me and to test if I am serious about playing the game. So if you are one of the following dudes, you are immune to my game. I will not delete you just to spite you:
Ben Wilder, Jarred Johnson, Kenn Snipes, Brian Winkles, and Dave Stanley
Just so everyone is clear on the rules, I will not delete anyone for celebrating the coming of the weekend. That’s not the same as complaining about Monday, which again, alludes to whining about having a job to go to in the first place. If you have a job, thank the good Lord for it. Even your boss is a jerk, you hate your job, and/or your job doesn’t pay enough money.
If I delete you for complaining about Monday’s, the only way you can be welcomed back in the fold is by submitting a 200 word essay explaining why I should accept your friend request. Bribes are encouraged.
This is an open game. Anyone is welcome to join.