Good Monday, everyone!
I trust that you and yours enjoyed a fabulous weekend. Mine was pretty good but I'm most looking forward to a long Memorial Day weekend in a few days.
Today's Modern Manners Monday dilemma is one that I think we're all facing in this age of technology and social networking. It's become one of the greatest debates. Legions of social networkers across the globe ponder this on a regular basis: 'To friend or not to friend'?
By now you've likely figured that I'm speaking of the Facebook phenomenon. The art of friend acquisition, sharing "What's On Your Mind?" and miles and miles of photo albums has infiltrated most all realms of society.
So here's today's scenario:
You receive a Friend Request from an acquaintance.
You wouldn't consider them a friend but you're friendly when you see them.
You know said requestor can sometimes be outspoken and rude.
What do you do? Do you use Facebook? What are some of your criteria for 'Friend' acceptance? What might cause someone to become de-Friended?