I was wrong.
I nitpicked because he indicated he was "interested" in "women". And then indicated he was "married". I asked if there something I needed to know...being my sarcastic self in that moment He added my name as his wife and removed the interested in women part. He wasn't sure what it was for, and realized later it was intended more for seeking singles.
Lisa Barone saw him join and on my Wall, teased about what I did to get him to join. I joked, on my Wall, that it was so he could meet women, and because I had more friends. And I put "evil grin" there, to indicate I was joking around.
Eric replied that I was no longer his "friend", on my Wall, with a next to it.
We had a big argument then, via phone and email, LOL. He said he was also joking around, but I said if he was, he needed to put the correct emoticon there, like a happy face.
Can you believe this? We actually argued about how to communicate online and emoticon usage!!!
I later removed the posts from my Wall (and from the "History").
So, I thought I'd put the question out here for you all.
Would you want your significant other to see everything on your Facebook? Would you talk to each other there, in front of everyone? Do you think people might hold back from doing things like buying you drinks or "hugging" you if they know your other half is there to see it?
(Btw. I have a lot of sympathy for Eric. I should have been more graceful and kind with his introduction to Facebook.)
Edited by cre8pc, 04 October 2007 - 04:59 PM.