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According to a recent study, women make up a solid majority of social media users, comment more, post more and spend far more time on it. The author even stated Facebook would be a ghost town if it wasn’t for women.

I just joined Facebook a few months ago, and I still don’t even understand it. It’s part diary and part vehicle for pointless debate. The first thing I saw when I opened it today was the following post by an insufferable twat I know: “Run yesterday, pilates today, Crossfit tomorrow, rest Wed, pilates Thurs, Crossfit Fri and 2 runs on the weekend!”

That’s great, but who cares and you still have an ass like a 53 Plymouth. Am I supposed to comment on your exercise plan? Are you fishing for a compliment? Do you want someone to specifically say your giant ass doesn’t resemble the rear end of a defunct car brand?

Facebook would be a lot cooler and funnier if people could turn their identity on and off when commenting. I imagine the follow-up comments to that exercise post would be hilarious, and she’d have no idea which one of her “friends” made it.

Do they make some kind of hack that will let me do that? Let’s find out.