Facebook Friends Code of Conduct

  • New friends are welcome. Please don’t be shy.
  • Please only friend me if you are a person. Companies need not apply.
  • When friending, please share our common connection if there is one.
  • Please feel free to send a message, Voicemail and/or Video message at any time.
  • Once you friend me, please reach out and say hello every once in awhile. I enjoy the interaction and being part of the conversation. Please invest time and create a conversation even if it is small talk.
  • Please do not include me in “Chain messages” unless you know that I know everyone else who is on the message chain. While I appreciate being contacted, I prefer personal and direction interaction.
  • Please do not poke. If you want to say hi, then open a message and say hi.
  • Please don’t be offended if I don’t choose to join your group or cause or event when invited or when I leave your Facebook group.
  • Please don’t bite. Friends protect friends from Vampires and Werewolves.
  • For that matter, don’t be surprised or offended if I don’t install a new app simply to interact with you. I have wall and an inbox. I don’t need a super-duper-pooper wall, or the in-biggity-box.
  • As a friend, please make an effort to communicate with me at least once a month, when possible. Try to maintain a running dialog.

Originally by Jeff Pulver, adapted by me. This is specifically for facebook, but has similar implications for most social networks.






One response to “Facebook Friends Code of Conduct”

  1. Mike Millah Avatar
    Mike Millah

    I like that. If I still was publishing fibs and fables I probably would have printed that (with citation to the origional author).

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