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Numbers On Facebook

Numbers On Facebook - After the cartoon characters on Facebook profile photos a new viral thing is happening in the biggest social networking site Facebook. Facebook users are seeing number in recent Facebook status updates. “#708 I am in love,” 2349 It is a new day and I love my new job.” Statuses like these are pumping out on Facebook and when new things hit Facebook, users seems to ride on the trend and also adopt it. Although there are rumors that the cartoon characters on Facebook profile photos was a hoax done by some people, the thing remains that Facebook users stood up against child abuse.

The numbers on Facebook status is part of the “Facebook Number Game” which started last night. Many users are still baffled about the trend and what do the numbers mean. So how do the “Facebook Number Game” work? All you have to do is ask your friends what they thing about you and then supplying them with a number. The friend then gives the answer, and attaches the number to their answer for identification purposes.

Numbers On Facebook

We have asked some of our friends on how they see this numbers on Facebook and one of our CST contributor has this to say, “I do not see how this numbers on Facebook status will be any benefit to someone. It is just a waste of time and an attempt by someone to create a trend on Facebook.”

Another Facebook user, Michael Clark is saying that for him it does not matter what the thing is as long as he had fun using Facebook and he can interact with his friends, “I do not care much about what this number on Facebook status is, as long as me and my friends can be closer because of things like this on Facebook.”

Numbers On Facebook

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