Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The return of the transparency project

I've been getting more and more of a short fuse lately about all of the:
  • Intentionally cryptic
  • Intentionally vague (Vaguebooking)
  • First world problems whines
  • Passive/aggressive to the nth degree
  • Self obssessed small minded
Facebook status updates.

So, instead of ruining "friendships" and having people drop me in their rage, I'm fighting back with the Return of the Transparency Project.

It's really boring as fuck all*

So, each day I will be posting the most mundane details I can think of at 6:45 am.

Here's part of it:
I am wearing pants and an orange shirt.  My eyes itch.  My mood is fair to middlin' (yesterday)

Today I let teh FB know that I had a dream about zombies; that I am wearing a black dress to kinda hide the fact that my nail polish is black this week; and that my headband has a big metal flower on it.

Is this going to drive people crazy? God, I hope so.
Is this going to make people be a little more aware of the piles of crap that they themselves are posting? GOD I HOPE SO.

* = "fuck all" is my new favorite swear term.  I'm still working out the kinks, but I'm totally going to make it a thing


Brando said...

"2:38 AM -- Body in the trunk finally stopped making noise."

mikey said...

Of COURSE I'm wearing trousers, officer.

They're just transparent...

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

See, this is why I'm avoiding effbook in the first place.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

See, this is why I'm avoiding effbook in the first place.

Well, that and the fact that they are selling off your information.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I've been working the "metric fuckton" into a lot of comments. Feel free to borrow it.

Von, you need to get back to basics, back to BLOGGING! Facebook is for people who can't complete a whole thought.

If you keep posting about zombies, THERE IS AT LEAST ONE PERSON WHO WON'T GO CRAZY. Umm, well won't go crazy-ER, to be exact.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

It's crazy, but I think I agree with thunder here.

fish said...

I'm with mikey on this one. I was pretty much hoping the Transparency Project involved clothes.