As if Fertile Facebook isn’t bad enough but why must your friend’s unborn child have a profile too? You thought it was amusing when she created a profile for her cat, Muffin, and you even liked seeing all those kitty status updates. “Meow. I’m hungry.” But you’re not so keen on friending her unborn baby.
It’s bad enough seeing those daily “growing belly” photos, those preggo complaining “I feel so fat now” status updates and piles and piles of family photos, but giving the unborn baby a Facebook and Twitter account, that’s a little too much for a fertility-challenged infertile to handle. And how can you not accept their fetus request? Awww. Look at the fetus’ first ultrasound photo! Check out Fetus’ scary 3D photos! Just be prepared for popular status updates like: Just gave mommy lots of gas today! Hanging out in mommy’s belly today! or Coming out of the amniotic sac today. Get ready for a water slide!
You know, you’re pretty sure if you created a Facebook profile for your embryos, no one would “friend” them. But in the Facebook world, it seems pretty acceptable to befriend her unborn child. And sadly, they still have more friends than you. At least, when her child grows up, he probably will be pretty embarrassed about his permanent pre-born Facebook account that lives inside the Internet.
They should really just change the name of Facebook to FertilityBook or WIEPBM (Why is Everyone Pregnant but Me) Book.
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