facebook-bragging

The next time you are tempted to roll your eyes and are considering writing a snarky comment that says, "congra-feckin-lations" under some supermom's post, reconsider.
Now, in less time than it takes to say, "Okay. This time... sexy faces!", we can flash our "goods" around the web without so much as a thought as to how it might be affecting (and potentially offending) those around us.
A quick pat-on-the-back on Facebook might seem insignificant since everyone does it. But the "I" holds subtle power and can negatively impact how people view us.
Listed are merely a few of the categories of Facebook braggart. If you know any of the following culprits, please use caution when dealing with them, as they tend to be highly into themselves and may not notice when you are choking, drowning or in need of immediate medical attention.
This year, don't beat yourself up if you don't get around to sending that holiday card. Instead, hug your children tight. Focus less on the unearned trophies, missed soccer goals and family squabbles. Here's to a boastful-free holiday.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Ramirez and another 29-year-old woman were allegedly exchanging words at The Leg Room
Welcome to the second edition of Facebrag, a game inspired by people who brag on Facebook or Twitter about their fab lives, provoking eye rolling and sometimes jealous rage among their peers.