The 15 Worst Guys On Facebook
Just because guys can say and do (mostly) whatever they want on Facebook, doesn’t mean they should. Facebook can be a friendly place, but as in any realm of life (bars, the workplace, the bus), if you show a guy a little kindness on there, he gets the wrong idea. Here are the 15 worst guys on Facebook.
The one who comes out of nowhere
The guys who you have no mutual friend with, but who find you, and like all of your photos in one night.
The faux feminist
He’ll post feminist rants and promote feminist stories, and the moment you share in an interest in what he’s talking about he’ll ask you out. And the moment you say no, he suddenly becomes very non-feminist. Actually, he becomes an a**hole.
The “Single yet?” guy
The guy who checks in every few months, just to see if you’re, “Single yet?” As if, if you were, he’d be first in line.
The guy who likes your old photos
The guy who hits Like on a photo you posted three years ago…in the middle of the night. What is he even trying to do??
The emoticons-only guy
He only comments on your photos with emoticons. He drops winky faces and that one with the tongue sticking out on anything you post. And you can’t really yell at him because he didn’t really say anything.
The car guy
The guys who have somewhere between one and three photos up, and they are each of very nice cars—different cars…Who do these cars belong to? Did you think you would snag a girlfriend by Google imaging “sports cars” and pasting them on your profile?
The “He better treat you right” guy
The guy who comments on every photo you post with you and your boyfriend with something like, “He better treat you right” or “He better know how good he has it.” As if he didn’t, you’d be running to the troll here.
The late nighter
The guy who always messages you at night to say, “What’s up?” and then, usually, proceeds to complain about his relationship, hoping you commiserate and end up flirting.
The ones who make it about boobs
You put a perfectly innocent selfie in which there is marginal cleavage—the focus is clearly your new purse or your dog—and there is always that one guy who has to mention the cleavage.
The public complainers
The guys who post statuses complaining about their relationships. They are begging for some woman to “save” them. Or at least pity screw them.
The bearer of bad news
The guy who just loves to share any and every story he finds online about people cheating, or wedding days being ruined in horrible ways.
The “Where ya ladies headed?” guy
The guy who, anytime he sees a selfie you post with your friends getting ready for the night, asks where you’re going. Because logically, any guy who has so few friends that he must ask complete strangers over the Internet where they’re headed is somebody you want to invite along.
The “You don’t need all that makeup” guy
You post a photo of a new makeup trick you’ve learned, or just a really good makeup job, and this guy comments saying, “You don’t need all of that makeup.” He thinks he’s complimenting you but what he’s really doing is implying that you put on that makeup because you think you need it. And he thinks he holds the power to tell you that you don’t.
The married guy
So many creeps on Facebook, who don’t deserve to have a wife, think that having a wife gives them free reign to be creepy on Facebook. “If I didn’t have a wife…” Buddy, you would never land another one so shut up and be grateful for the wife you’ve got.
The Vegas Guy
If this guy isn’t in Vegas, he’s on a yacht. And he posts photos every day to let people know about the suite he is staying in, with some caption inviting, “Ladies to join me if you’re in the area…” Yes. That’s how it works. They come to you. Sure.