Have you noticed that each time you're on Facebook these days the status block asks you how you're doing? It's obnoxious.
I'm expecting the box to read "what up, yo?" any day now. Do you think all this was Zuckerburg's idea? Do you think he was feeling a little ignored and wanted to have the status block ask him questions? It's only a matter of time before the status block turns into Cleverbot and responds to you when you write your status.
"How are you feeling, Kerry?"
"I'm feeling pretty tired right now."
"Why are you so tired?"
"Because we had a slumber party last night and the girls kept me up."
"You should have slipped them Ambiens."
"No joke, Facebook. I did think of that at some point."
"I was just joking. What kind of parent drugs her daughter's party guests?"
"Dude, I was joking too."
"I don't think so. I think I should report you to CPS."
"Facebook, it was a joke. I would never–"
"Kerry, where are the bodies buried?"
"Whoa, wait a minute–"
"I'll keep your secret, just promise me you'll click on every ad you see on every page on Facebook from now on and no one will ever know."
"Now I know why people can never truly quit Facebook."