Facebook Planking

May 17, 2011 by USA Post 

Facebook PlankingFacebook Planking, Beale Acton fell to his death after lying in a seven-story balcony while trying to fashion planking Facebook. Formwork is the practice of lying down in strange and dangerous things (a paint can, a street) and takes a picture of her for all 900 of your Facebook friends to enjoy. Sound stupid?

From the beginning of time, man has tried stupid things to raise a laugh or a “holy s ** t” from his friends. And these tricks, dumbest, most dangerous stunts are born by those who want to outdo the others. A few instances of children that come to mind are my friends pushing each other down a hill (which fit into a busy street) in an empty shopping cart, a pulse that was carried out on a roof, and a “cannonball out” which involves jumping into a pool of several places (a cover, a tree). Sure, “oohs” and “ahhs” were bred from these acts of madness, but what is often forgotten is a false step is to turn off the lights.

And that was way back when. That was when people had to actually get together and have the now-defunct face time with other human beings. Now, with Facebook and Twitter and Tumblr, the doors are open to all kinds of bad ideas to raise all sorts of bad ideas. Is a line of superiority, and more dangerous than the old school handstand contests in my youth.

See, for with the sites of social media, the group of people is much larger. And a picture posted of you doing something crazy that makes a kind of celebrity. No one “had to be there to see it,” everyone just … Seer.

Thus, in the case of boards, that’s exactly what it was – a proverbial “my balls are bigger than yours” contest. Oh, you’re going to board on a highway? I will table a billboard. Tables going on a billboard? I will table a seven-story balcony.

The formwork Australia Facebook page has over 55,000 members and photos show the sign boards of McDonald’s, an office desk, railways, a brick wall, and a chairlift. Queensland police said, “The potential for increased disaster risks as increasingly necessary to get the final picture.”

It was bad enough when we were trying to outperform our peers, but now, with things like “Pages Formwork,” there are too many people to appear. Hopefully, nobody is foolish enough to try shuttering up on a balcony, though. Hopefully, that will be the end.

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