Nowadays it’s become fashionable to log out of Facebook.
Some possible parting lines…
• How does one leave behind 1346 friends, 767 status messages, 143 likes, 2437 comments, 1887 causes and 234 quiz personality results? It is with a heavy heart that I consign all that to the dustbin of cyberspace. COL! (Crying Out Loud!)
• I am suffering from wristitis and fingeritis of the Facebook and have decided to quit on medical grounds.
• The day came when I just couldn’t write a Status Message anymore and I knew that it was time to go.
• This social networking ID has just checked out of the Facebook neighbourhood.
• Those all-day virtual Facebook parties have taken a toll on me. I quit.
• I would like to thank you for all the friend requests, comments, likes, support encouragement and requests for groups, activities, causes, events etc, but it is time for me to move on into the real world. I wish all my Friends the very best in Facebook.
• Facebook hai hai, anti-privacy hai hai!
• Jab tak suraj chand rahega, Facebook tu to nahin rahega…
• Fire, water and Facebook are good servants, but bad masters. I thought that I could master Facebook, but it has mastered me so I want out.
• I have found that it is next to impossible to delete my Facebook account, so I am changing the password and forgetting it. I don’t care if this account gets hacked.
• One day I noticed that my wife and kids weren’t there. Then the neighbours informed me that they had left for good 3 months back. Facebook you thief! I knew that I had to leave you then!
• So long, thanks for all the Likes!
• Oh God! I am still scarred from that virtual invasion of privacy. I need out.
(I almost felt like a celebrity.)
• It was like being a virtual fish in a virtual fishbowl while it lasted.
• For two years all of you virtually heard me out, gave me support in the form of likes, comments, causes and quizzes while we shared all the little little facets of each others lives. I will never ever forget you, but I have to leave you.
• Put a video link of the final scene of Terminator 2, where Arnold Schwarzenegger’s screen goes blank.
© Sunil Rajguru