Are you a Friday night Facebooker?

Yes – some of us enjoy a Friday night in – it’s not boredom, it’s bliss to some.

If you prefer Friday nights far from the madding crowd – you are not alone – in fact there’s a song about spending Friday nights on social media rather than socialising in the pubs or clubs or at parties.

I love quiet Friday nights – especially after a big week:

– Time to think random thoughts we are too busy to think during the work to think

– Time to search for answers to random questions we think up. Time to find all sorts of interesting stuff on youtube!

For example, I searched “Friday night” and “Facebooking” and found lyrics – a parody to TGIF – Last Friday Night. Then I found the song on Youtube.

Here  are two snippets.

1.

Laptop chargers in my bed

Notifications in my head

Sunlight all up in my room

Better tweet before I’m doomed

I smell like cats and clothes

I can’t wait to check my notes

Nothing better one can do

Reblog me, I’ll reblog you

2. Skyping everyone I know

Facebooking stalking friends of friends who I think are hot

Tweeting things that no one cares

Tumblr cat gifs everywhere

Here’s a link to the full lyrics:

http://http://www.lyricsreg.com/lyrics/dave+days/LAST+FRIDAY+NIGHT+TGIF+PARODY/

When I was younger I’d love to be out on the town. Now –  I look forward to the freedom of a quiet Friday night and crashing out early.

People are different – it’s OK if you’d rather be reading a book or on Facebook rather than getting off your face!

My daughter likes to check out the stats  – the numbers, maps and flags of different countries of “our” blogs. She keeps pestering me for updates. (Warning; future nerd alert!)

on computer with Cleo

Hey look dad – we’re big in Bulgaria!

Big in Bulgaria

If you’re a Friday night Facebooker – you’ll probably get a chuckle out of the parody – here’s the link:

http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa8Obvsvo3g

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About efangelist

Hi, I'm a lawyer turned journalist/speechwriter/presentation coach - combining business experience with personal passions for music and writing to blog about persuasion, retro, music, and even business lessons from theatre and performing
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