U4U: Facebook Wall of Fame

These days, Facebook is many students’ number one news source.  By “news”, we don’t necessarily mean world events, but also local, personal stories and happenings.  Not only do we first hear of friends’ engagements, break-ups and more, but we learn of embarrassing moments, if she got the job, and reviews on the new gadget he just purchased.

From my time perusing Facebook, I have definitely come across status updates that have made me laugh out loud, made me cry, made me cringe and more.  That’s why, we want to hear about the updates that have really caught your eye on our Wall of Fame.

We’re looking for the funniest status updates, the most “newsworthy”, the most creative, most embarrassing and most commented status update you’ve ever posted.  Submit a screenshot or re-type your story below for consideration.  We will then choose our favorite submissions to hang on our Wall of Fame in the next issue of U4U Magazine!

Post away!

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