Should You Accept Mom & Dad’s Facebook Friend Request?

Posted on December 10, 2010. Filed under: Interesting News Articles |

No! Sorry, that was my instantaneous response. The above question presents quite the quandary, but, luckily, Mike Newman and Cool Materialhave provided us all with this nifty flowchart.

Last we heard, around 48% of parents friend their kids on Facebook. That makes sense — parents love stalking, er, keeping tabs on their pride and joy. But does that mean you have to accept said request — especially if you’re prone to posting embarrassing pics (don’t say we didn’t warn you)?

Try out the chart below to see whether you should just avoid, avoid, avoid, or welcome Mom and Dad into your Facebook realm with open arms (or at least a few profile privacy tweaks).

[via Cool MaterialMike Newman]

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