No good reason. When I first got facebook, I remember all of those milestones…first 50, first 100 friends, etc. When I reached 555, that was enough. 666 would be cool, but I’d have to meet 111 really cool people.
I've had 555 facebook friends for a really long time.
Everytime I make a new friend, I delete someone to maintain that number. I’ve found that it gets hard to keep up with more people than that. Social media becomes a lot less social. But it’s more than a numbers game. There’s something really cathartic about deleting people from your life. You’ve got to try it!
Why do people, invited for a dinner party at 7:30, think it’s cool to arrive at 8:30? It’s rude. It’s inconsiderate. And it’s selfish.
I don’t have a peeve bigger than this. People who are routinely late are people I eventually stop dealing with. Respect the time of other people. Period.
i’m with ed. few things light my fire like someone agreeing to be at a place at a time and not being there. i was always taught that “on time is late” and that five or more minutes early means you’re on time.
i also agree that it’s not a generational thing or an “old-fashioned” thing. i don’t think punctuality is the realm of any particular era.