>What’s up, doc?
>Been lookin’ for U on Facebook but haven’t found U
>I guess I’m not there
>YOU’RE NOT ON FACEBOOK?
>Is it serious, doc?
>Always thought of U as a kind of a geek
>on the internet 24/7
>In fact I already know so many ways to waste my time,
>So I don’t think I need FB
>So what? Are U already on the next big thing?
>I’m just writing on my old blog actually.
>So… you’re still into blogging
>And what do you post? Videos? Podcasts?
>Text. Just plain text.
>Oh, sometimes I’ve got some pictures too.
>And you still have readers?
>More than ever, I have to say.
>But I heard the blog was dead.
>Oh yes, so many times.
>No, this time it’s serious,
>I heard it was killed by facebook.
>Really? Didn’t know.
>You need some updates, aint’you?
>Sad but true
>Please help me
>Are you still using spoons?
>Please, don’t tell me spoon is dead
>Dead and buried
>And the killer was?
>Can’t explain, you know how trends go.
>One day it’s spoon, next day it’s corkscrew
>But how can you eat soup with a corkscrew
>Of course you can’t. Corkscrew is not for eating soup.
>Are you kiddin’ me?
>I’m going to throw away my spoons right now.
>But please, tell me more.
>Well, This is not 100% sure, but
>Have you got any umbrellas?
>Of course. Should I throw them away too?
>And replace them with?
>This ain’t been fixed yet
>When I discover U’ll be the 1st to know,
>Can I suggest a sewing machine?
>Are you foolin’me?
>for a moment I thought I’ve caught how trends go
>You’re a desperate case I guess
>I’m leaving now, someone’s calling on my Intercom
(Poor boy, still on Intercom
Nobody told him it was killed by Myspace)