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11 Eleven Types Of FACEBOOK Users Muslim Version

In the Name of Allah
The Most Gracious
The Most Merciful

11 Types Of FACEBOOK
Users

A poem about eleven
users
On FaceBook –Just
from my observation:
Not to brag nor to
annoy anyone -
This is to merely
share information.

In no particular
order, they are:
One: The talented
chefs who love to
cook.
They post pics of
their food so you’re
hungry…
At their masterpiece
they want you to
look.

They not only take
pics of what they
cook,
But also snap photos
of what they eat.
For them ‘food is
art’ and each time
they cook,
They see their
artwork as an
awesome feat.

Two: Gamers who play
online games too
much.
The wretched ones
among them miss
Salah.
Ask them why they
play DOTA, some
would say,
“We’re playing games
for the sake of
Allah!”

Don’t they know that
they are already in
A major and more
serious game called
‘Life’?
In life, there are
good deeds to
collect, ups
To amass, and sins
to snub to shun
strife.

Three: Models who
are in love with
themselves.
They take pics of
themselves almost
each day -
At school, some
beach, even in the
bathroom…
Funny thing is…
their pics look all
the same.

Four: The
chatterboxes… who
talk a lot,
Who post status
updates almost each
hour -
On childish things,
about people, and
their
Thoughts and
feelings which don’t
really matter.

They post without
thoughts as they do
offline.
They update their
status for
attention.
“Feeling bored”,
“feeling proud”,
“She smiled at me”,
“Hungry now”,
“Smelling feet”, “In
detention!”.

Five: Those people
who wish to be
famous
That they add too
many names on their
list -
Names of friends,
loved ones and
complete strangers -
To have more than
thousand “friends”
is their wish.

What’s funny is…
these folks compete
with their
Likes –they want to
have more number of
friends.
They go to a page,
add this and that
–their
Battle of fishing
for “friends” may
not end.

Six: The opposite of
five… they linger…
They go online yet
stay behind the
scenes.
Like spies, they
love to browse
through your pages -
Though they don’t
comment, they know
many things.

Seven: Family folks
who stay in touch -
To their list they
add only those they
love.
They’re online to
maintain family ties
-
For the sake of
Allah, the One
Above.

They like what you
share so you know
they care.
They often stop by
your wall to greet
you.
Friendly salaams and
‘Eid Mubarak!’,
their
Staying in touch
proves that their
love is true.

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