Study: The British Value Facebook More than a Flushing Toilet

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schwit

The same people that think FB is important also watch dancing with the stars and reality shows. People need to get a life ... their own life. When they get older they are going to look back and regret the wasted time.

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Cleaver

My two cents: 

 

The one think I cant live without is toilet paper. I would give up everything before that- sunshine excluded probably- but I wont be giving up that toilet paper. 

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Guisano

The Brits might be on to something here.  The simple fact is that one is usually seated when engaged in social networking and what's more social than being seated upon a throne of porcelain clothed only from the waist up?  The only one that needs to know is you.

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stradric

People are obviously giving joke answers here and not taking this study seriously.  I can't blame them either.  Let their toilet pile up for a day and then see if they think their answers are so funny.

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don2041

I am not joking. After seeing my neice bullied on face book , my neighbor had lies and intrusive thing said about her, plus the numerous other piles of shit being shoveled on this so called social network, I would love to flush facebook down a toilet.

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Guisano

It really is the way the younger generation communicate.  Check out what people are doing on their phones, tablets, notebooks at the airport or on the planes themselves.  At least 1/3 of the folks - higher as age decreases - are on facebook and chat

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lhatten

Love the graphic, but the study is dumb.  Think that if you had non-clean drinking water and no flush toilet, you would change your priorities.

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don2041

Facebook is a flushing toilet,thats plugged and full of crap.

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Coldrage

Yes the Brits are strange, born here but don't consider myself a Brit.
Stupid people, pretty sure they would value a flushing toilet more than facebook if they were busting and couldn't find a toilet.

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TommM

Them's some strange folks in the UK.  But then again, I don't think you'd find much difference in that survey results here in the U.S. either.  :p

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Paul_Lilly

I imagine you're right.

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