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    But as you as you log in again it reactivates?
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    I wonder how long I could last without facebook. :holmes:
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    But as you as you log in again it reactivates?
    :yep:
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    I've done that mainly because facebook is terrible and really annoying.
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    (Original post by Sulphur)
    Whoah...this looks fun!
    Welcome to my procrastination thread!
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    (Original post by SirMasterKey)
    I wonder how long I could last without facebook. :holmes:
    So far I have gone about 3 hours!
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    I did this back in my A level days, ended up somehow subconsciously memorising the activation code and going back on it
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    (Original post by marcus2001)
    I did this back in my A level days, ended up somehow subconsciously memorising the activation code and going back on it
    I wish I could be bothered to find out how block a website...
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    congratz. Ive deactived FB for almost a month . Its mainly for revision of course but actually Im so tired of FB. Its becoming more and more boring. So since then I feel much more comfortable with my daily life. Im thinking about seriously stop using it
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    deactivated a few days back for jan exams ... if not i would be checking it now and then !!
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    (Original post by Sarah1313)
    It's been lovely speaking with you and thank you!
    I tried...nice talking to you too


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    (Original post by exlunu)
    congratz. Ive deactived FB for almost a month . Its mainly for revision of course but actually Im so tired of FB. Its becoming more and more boring. So since then I feel much more comfortable with my daily life. Im thinking about seriously stop using it
    Haha thanks, yeah another reason I wanted to deactivate is because I am friends with a lot of people I don't know and like. I am thinking of just deleting my Facebook and creating a new one when I move with my life and go to uni. I have my reserves about completely quitting because it's my main source of communication
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    (Original post by SirMasterKey)
    :yep:
    So therefore it's a glorified 'log out' button?
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    So therefore it's a glorified 'log out' button?
    Haha I just tested this out! How ridiculous! I am just going to change my password to random letters and hope I am too lazy to change it
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    (Original post by Sarah1313)
    Thank you, I just deactivated!
    Good for you , if your friends want you they can just drop a text.
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    Deactivating Facebook would literally change everyone's lives... it's crazy thesedays. But YES definitely - I've deactivated it for exams before. Or get your parents/a close friend to change your password and refuse to give it back to you until after the exams
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    (Original post by Sarah1313)
    Haha thanks, yeah another reason I wanted to deactivate is because I am friends with a lot of people I don't know and like. I am thinking of just deleting my Facebook and creating a new one when I move with my life and go to uni. I have my reserves about completely quitting because it's my main source of communication
    Im sorry I did mean to thump up but i clicked the neg one accidentally. Totally agree with you. Stop using FB seems to be hard while sometimes its the only way to contact someone. But yeah, ill wait until i have something new to my life or at lease I find somethig interesting there to activate. Do you use any other Social network?
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    (Original post by marcus2001)
    I did this back in my A level days, ended up somehow subconsciously memorising the activation code and going back on it
    Haha. I'm like that, I just filled out the form to get Facebook to completely delete it thinking That I was doing myself a huge favour... then I started using twitter as a substitute for Facebook, which is like 50x more addictive


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    (Original post by exlunu)
    Im sorry I did mean to thump up but i clicked the neg one accidentally. Totally agree with you. Stop using FB seems to be hard while sometimes its the only way to contact someone. But yeah, ill wait until i have something new to my life or at lease I find somethig interesting there to activate. Do you use any other Social network?
    It's okay! I was wondering why on a post like this I got negged haha yeah I had to activate it again as someone need chemistry resources sent to them, but I have not changed my password and will not be able to log on as I don't know the password
    No I don't really use any others I have twitter, I find it annoying though so I don't use it.
 
 
 
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