Recently a friend of mine on Facebook removed me from his friends list, although I did nothing wrong. Should I react or respond to this situation?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Georgia Jones



Recently a friend of mine on Facebook removed me from his friends list, although I did nothing wrong. Should I react or respond to this situation?

Can we talk about this?

... Ask your friend.

Yes, this is how you are supposed to approach someone when you are unsure of the motive for someone's action.

Imagine how wonderful it would be if we stopped making all those assumptions and asked. Instead of torturing, guessing, asking questions here (okay, it's good that you at least asked), you can go and ask, if the other person says the reason fair enough. And if you don't, at least you know you tried, and that's what matters.

Talking reduces tantrums and drama that could ruin the relationship that could be worthwhile.

If the goal is to know, ask.

TOP 10 REASONS WHY PEOPLE DO NOT RESPOND TO YOUR TEXTS

1 The person doesn't really like you

2 They are taking revenge on you for ignoring one of their text messages.

3 They find the dialogue in your text really boring and are on social media looking for something better to distract themselves.

4 They are playing mind games with you, knowing full well that making you wait for an answer will cause bitter frustration and they will have fun.

5 They are lazy and don't respect you enough to answer you.

6 Very rarely, but sometimes, your battery dies. It is usually a

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TOP 10 REASONS WHY PEOPLE DO NOT RESPOND TO YOUR TEXTS

1 The person doesn't really like you

2 They are taking revenge on you for ignoring one of their text messages.

3 They find the dialogue in your text really boring and are on social media looking for something better to distract themselves.

4 They are playing mind games with you, knowing full well that making you wait for an answer will cause bitter frustration and they will have fun.

5 They are lazy and don't respect you enough to answer you.

6 Very rarely, but sometimes, your battery dies. This is usually an excuse ... Go back to reason number 5.

7 Some people work for a living, don't worry! THEY'RE WORKING ... apply yourself, the world doesn't revolve around you.

8 They just installed the new iOS and lost all their contacts (yes, even their valuable contact information). They don't recognize your number and are concerned that your text message is from the person they gave your number the night before.

9 They are upset with you and decide to be passive-aggressive with you instead of facing the problem head-on in a mature and progressive way.

10 ... and finally ... did you really check to see if you hit send after you finished writing your emotionally charged message? This is the worst feeling ever and it really makes you look at yourself as a super egocentric individual, realizing that you are the only one to blame for getting angry over nothing.

Which of these apply to you? More than you would like to admit?

I will interrupt with an answer that takes a position opposite to the others: Yes, it can.

One thing stated in the top answer is true. 99% of the time, if you notice that friends are missing, it is probably because your friendship was taken away.

However, I will say that recently there were two (very good) friends that I interact with regularly that were no longer on my friends list. In fact, I didn't realize that I was no longer friends with them until they both approached me and asked why I had let them down.

I was amazed when I looked for them and in fact I was no longer friends with them. He had not looked directly at a

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I will interrupt with an answer that takes a position opposite to the others: Yes, it can.

One thing stated in the top answer is true. 99% of the time, if you notice that friends are missing, it is probably because your friendship was taken away.

However, I will say that recently there were two (very good) friends that I interact with regularly that were no longer on my friends list. In fact, I didn't realize that I was no longer friends with them until they both approached me and asked why I had let them down.

I was amazed when I looked for them and in fact I was no longer friends with them. I hadn't looked directly at their profiles in quite some time, so I highly doubt it was an accidental lack of friendship. Also, I highly doubt that it was an accidental friendship deletion by either party simply because to stop being friends with someone, you have to go to a very specific menu that requires 3 to 4 clicks, and once you do click unfriend, of course, a confirmation box pops up. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that the friendship will be lost by accident.

In this case, I think that a mistake on the Facebook platform really took away the friendship of these two friends. Needless to say, I added them again and the two friends were delighted. \ U0001f60a

Thanks for the A2A

I do not allow connections with people I do not know at all and who have no reasonable expectation that I would need to be "friends" with them.

Many are personal (real life) friends that I have had long before the Internet was available; others are people I met in person and began to communicate with.

I have some friends who know me from one forum or group, or another. So those people only have access (through my settings) to get only particular information about me, but they may be blocked (again, by my settings) from seeing anything else.

Some are friends of friends

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Thanks for the A2A

I do not allow connections with people I do not know at all and who have no reasonable expectation that I would need to be "friends" with them.

Many are personal (real life) friends that I have had long before the Internet was available; others are people I met in person and began to communicate with.

I have some friends who know me from one forum or group, or another. So those people only have access (through my settings) to get only particular information about me, but they may be blocked (again, by my settings) from seeing anything else.

Some are friends of friends that someone can attest to. If you are friends with someone, you automatically follow them, unless their settings make it impossible. If you notice that they send things to your feed that you do not agree with or that you do not want to be part of, you can "unfollow them" so that you do not get anything from their feed.

I advise people to ignore the ones they don't have to know, because a lot of guys troll on Facebook for "hot" profile pictures, which they assume are real, and will send unsolicited messages.

If you don't know them, ignore them. Most of the personalities on FB or other sites are not exactly who they say they are; and there are many duplicate web pages on Facebook that try to "trick" people into joining them.

Steps to being a creepy son of a bitch on Facebook:

  • He meets a girl in public and discovers that she is pretty. Get their name. Find her on Facebook. Send him a friend request.
  • Also, proceed to review all your girlfriends and solicit friendships from all your attractive girlfriends, many of whom will accept because they have a friend in common. He starts posting or commenting on her walls and photos despite never having met before and making friends with her just because she was attractive.
  • If you want to be especially creepy, when you're going through all her friends, only one friend requests hers.
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Steps to being a creepy son of a bitch on Facebook:

  • He meets a girl in public and discovers that she is pretty. Get their name. Find her on Facebook. Send him a friend request.
  • Also, proceed to review all your girlfriends and solicit friendships from all your attractive girlfriends, many of whom will accept because they have a friend in common. He starts posting or commenting on her walls and photos despite never having met before and making friends with her just because she was attractive.
  • If you want to be especially creepy, when you're going through all her friends, only one friend asks for the ones from her specific demographic (Asian girls in my case).


Related, but less severe: steps to being a fucking friend on Facebook:

  • Send a friend request to someone you really know and get accepted.
  • Proceed to spam all your friends with friend requests.
  • Rinse and repeat.


For these reasons, I keep my friends list private (as in, not even just friends). You should also stop accepting friend requests from idiots. I wish my friends did too.

As far as I know, Facebook is a virtual platform. In reality, no one has to be present, in person, with anyone else. So the masks are irrelevant.

If she wanted to meet you in person, the masks would be relevant. If the masks are important to you, as if you had not been vaccinated, I would not know about it. I would also get vaccinated as soon as possible.

As for discussions on Facebook, I find that platform a really uncomfortable place to discuss with people. Most people are not civil on Facebook. That is why I prefer more civil spaces, where people accept to behave more kindly with

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As far as I know, Facebook is a virtual platform. In reality, no one has to be present, in person, with anyone else. So the masks are irrelevant.

If she wanted to meet you in person, the masks would be relevant. If the masks are important to you, as if you had not been vaccinated, I would not know about it. I would also get vaccinated as soon as possible.

As for discussions on Facebook, I find that platform a really uncomfortable place to discuss with people. Most people are not civil on Facebook. That is why I prefer more civil spaces, where people accept to behave more kindly with each other.

I don't know if you and your friend speak politely or not. I guess not, when it comes to the subject of skins, otherwise this wouldn't be a problem for you. So, or don't talk about masks, see if you can get her to accept a civil argument, or stop being Facebook friends altogether, depending on what works for you. Or you could have rude arguments if it makes you stagger. There are people who like an excuse to let go and break up with each other. If you like that kind of thing, this is a great excuse to indulge yourself.

That is a difficult one. I'd like to know WHY your friend deleted it. That may give you a little better idea of ​​how to proceed. If it's little boy shit, they'll probably be fine in a week or two and back on each other's friends list. So if you delete it, I'm sure it would be awkward once they reconciled, but it can still be legitimately explained. If the friend did something inappropriate and made her husband angry, or worse ... her husband was the inappropriate one and made the friend angry ... then I would like to know the details of that if it were me because I sure would not do it I do not want to continue being friend of a creepy

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That is a difficult one. I'd like to know WHY your friend deleted it. That may give you a little better idea of ​​how to proceed. If it's little boy shit, they'll probably be fine in a week or two and back on each other's friends list. So if you delete it, I'm sure it would be awkward once they reconciled, but it can still be legitimately explained. If the friend did something inappropriate and made her husband angry, or worse ... her husband was the inappropriate one and made the friend angry ... then I would like to know the details of that if it were me because I sure would not do it I do not want to continue being friend of a creepy guy and I sure would want to know what my husband did if HE was the creepy guy. It seems like it could be something totally harmless to a stupid guy or something more serious, but either way,

Now here's my personal take ... I'm a ride or die bitch. And I expect the same from my friends and family. So if I'm not talking to you, it's better if none of my friends or family is talking to you. And no, I don't hold petty grudges, there's always a legitimate reason I'm cutting someone off lol.

Because, simply put, they want others not to see who they are associated with online. Motivations can range from trying to prevent friends, family and colleagues from being attacked by strangers to hiding that you are still involved with your ex from high school who you cheated on with her best friend who is also on your friends list and your wife. now she was in class with both of them - and they bullied her. So you'd better keep that friend list a secret and hope your wife doesn't learn your account password. However, you should be worried because you got drunk last night and told your partner, Jeff, that

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Because, simply put, they want others not to see who they are associated with online. Motivations can range from trying to prevent friends, family and colleagues from being attacked by strangers to hiding that you are still involved with your ex from high school who you cheated on with her best friend who is also on your friends list and your wife. now she was in class with both of them - and they bullied her. So you'd better keep that friend list a secret and hope your wife doesn't learn your account password. However, you should be concerned because you got drunk last night and told your partner Jeff the password and he is a charlatan.

The answer is yes.

Any profile you create on social media websites is your profile and you have full control over it.

If you are successful it will be the talk of the town and the person you want should know how successful you are will eventually know if he / she is genuinely and equally eager to hear from you. Social media is simply a waste of time. Most of the humble and successful people in the world are not in favor of braggarts.

If anyone in your network is toxic, hostile, charlatan, AIR (All India Radio), all the time peeping, too much in your personal life, spreading rumors about you,

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The answer is yes.

Any profile you create on social media websites is your profile and you have full control over it.

If you are successful it will be the talk of the town and the person you want should know how successful you are will eventually know if he / she is genuinely and equally eager to hear from you. Social media is simply a waste of time. Most of the humble and successful people in the world are not in favor of braggarts.

If any person in your network is toxic, hostile, charlatan, AIR (All India Radio), all the time peeping, too much in your personal life, spreading rumors about you, taking your ideas and practicing plagiarism of course, have bad intentions about you, hurtful, hateful and trying to make a dent in your personal life, then DISCARD them immediately. It's your life, stop being friends with them and give those crazies in a bad mood a chance to start worrying about their respective lives.

Don't worry about showing them how successful you are. Let them guess. It will piss them off. Have you ever heard that it is more vindictive to ignore than to respond?

Happy Networking !! :)

This is based on the incredible amount of data Facebook has on you and things like:

  • I like the same page that someone else liked
  • commenting on a post someone else commented
  • be in a group together
  • be pixelated in the same dataset because you are on the same email list
  • a variety of demographics, including proximity, having attended the same school at some point, having worked in the same location, or having lived in the same city in the past; the more congruent the data points, the more likely they will match you
  • or just have a mutual friend: see Kevin Bacon's Six Degrees

Inactive or deleted profiles. A lot of time, the bits are added and a lot of people add, then they are removed, but it leaves the account. You have to go to your friends list and delete all the blank images with no amount of friends next to it.

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