How much do you hate baby photos on Facebook? This much?

DOES your blood boil when you have to look at another baby post on Facebook?

Did tiny Billy learn how to poop? Did they almost crawl? Did a hair magically appear on their head?

Sure you can hide this type of mundane mothering nonsense, but why do that when you can pop your top and explode.


A Facebook user -- who shall remain nameless -- has gone on the attack "with a few of the girls" to give a very strong message to a "friend".

It was put online by News Corp writer Em Rusciano, who said her friend had received the letter.

They are tired of how every minor accomplishment by their child is put on Facebook to ram down their throats.

This line stands out as particularly brutal:

"We can't wait for you to get back to work -- maybe you won't have time to be on Facebook quite so much."

And even the classic closing line:

"We're doing this to let you know what people really think".


Sure it feels mean. But it's also just a little bit satisfying, isn't it?

Read the full blast below:

An honest intervention or just plain mean?
An honest intervention or just plain mean?


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