Review: Facebook

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Let haggling after university courses becomes a thing of the past. With social networking sites ruling the roost, let’s explore the most hankered after course these days: facebook honours. Perhaps, the next big thing, this course enjoys a global range of diligent students. Age no bar unless you belong to the insignificant little age of 13 or below. Yes you little ones, slog your rear ends of with academics. Yes this one of a kind course believes in freedom of expression. It also believes in the freedom of whining and blabbering through the most random bizarre groups, blasphemous status messages and nonsensical notes e.g. I Want to Punch Slow Walking People In The Back Of the Head and The drunken text appreciation society. Yep, freedom of expression never got better.
However, prospective students oughtn’t to think FB Hons to be a cakewalk. One has to master its rather mind boggling applications. The wide range of subsidiary subjects is also one of the reasons for its mass popularity. While Compare people and top friends take Darwin’s theory of natural selection to a different level, well thought out elaborate quizzes offer useful lessons in psychology. So move over Sigmund Freud. Could you have ever told us which Buffy The Vampire Slayer Character we truly are? Word challenge and scramble are specially designed to increase language proficiency.
The course requires at least an hour of study daily even though many students may agree it’s hardly a burden. In fact the subject matter at hand becomes so engrossing that it threatens to take over your entire life.
However, during the past year, the course matter is being repeatedly revised to make it easier for the technologically retarded. This unfortunately hasn’t gone down well with many as it makes it even more confusing than ever.
Rating: four and a half stars
* Yawn, back to twitter, mate
** Not bad enough to make one change courses, not good enough to make me attend classes.
*** I’m flunking Facebook again
****- I study, study all night long
*****- I’m thinking along the lines of a Facebook Ph .D

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