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15 Reasons to Quit Facebook


Oh, Facebook. Who would have thought that a small project started by a Harvard student to distract himself from thinking about a girl would have evolved into the world's largest social networking site, recently cracking 200 million members? We've been with the site since the early days, but we'll admit to feeling some considerable Facebook fatigue recently. As Facebook has grown, its influence has crept into our lives in increasingly exhausting and, frankly, annoying ways (Don't even get us started on what it's done to our offline relationships; just how do you explain to someone in person why you've 'de-friended' them, anyway?). We've just about had enough, which is why we're all on the verge of quitting Facebook altogether. You too? Maybe you'll relate to some of our 15 reasons.

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