Recent Examples of unfriend from the Web
Tired of punching at the sky, yelling at the television and unfriending folks from high school because of politics?
A 2014 Pew study found that just over a quarter of Facebook users (including 31 percent of consistent conservatives and 44 percent of consistent liberals) have muted or unfriended someone because of political disagreements.
Social media feeds are powerful echo chambers, with partisans for each candidate unfriending or trolling their opposites in steadily more strident terms.
When Laura unfriends Marina online, the latter commits suicide and films the act, sharing it on the Internet as a live stream.
But when Marina becomes overly possessive, Laura reluctantly unfriends her, and Marina kills herself.
And, for your own sanity, mute or unfriend them on Facebook.
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