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Facebook Puts an ‘X’ to your Ex

Written on October 22, 2010 by B Waldorf

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The situation's like this: you have been dumped and left alone. So how do you start to move on? Yes, you can begin with deleting the photos which captured your happy times together. Great news is Facebook has the same idea as well.

When you break-up with your beau, you tend to delete all the connections that will remind you of him or her. Bitter as it may seem, but this is the first step in moving on. Good thing Facebook lends a hand. If you check out your Facebook profile, it no longer shows photos of your ex. Ex-Boyfriends and girlfriends are not permitted in the “Photo Memories” box.

The Photo Memories box appears on the right hand corner of your rofile. This corner is where Facebook suggests friends and “Like” pages that you might be interested to add. The long-forgotten photos shows up, but these friends were chosen by Facebook’s algorithm for those whom you still want to have connection with. If you analyze this more, these memories create were gathered based on the writings on your wall or the messages you typed months ago.

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