I am curious but yellow. I will search but not necessarily put out a friend request.
When that happens I go to “edit friends” ; p
That’s one of the downsides. Some guys you didn’t even exchange words with in high school now considers you a trophy Face Book friend, as I call it, reveling in the crumbs you tell so he can claim to know you more than the others. Ex classmates you do add will tell you everything they’ve accomplished and at times, far too much information that I am sure they won’t share face to face. You are instantly a net confidant. People are a lot braver; conversing via PC or laptop tend to diffuse the emotional bits.
I hope I don’t offend, but wouldn’t it have been better to reunite when you are still able to; dashing your fantasies (by making it real); and finding out early enough that it just doesn’t work? And if it did, that you are still free to claim it, without families to destroy in the process.
Isn’t it better to relive that high school crash and burn when you still have your hair and can pay damages? If you are unaccomplished, people can offer you jobs while you are still within the age limit (in the Philippines, age matters in certain industries).
If you are part of the networking sellers, you still have friends who have a bit of vanity left and (not family) money to spare on extras like glutathione and acai berry pills.
Isn’t it better to hunt and meet up with your one great love when there is a trace left of the prince charming you once was and not so kingly – the bald, paunchy and smug-that-you-are-sooo-unforgettable kind.
P.s. 2: A pickpocket made off with my dad’s Olympus. Thank goodness there's Nessi!