Facebook Friends

I would like to offer a quick suggestion to the administrators of facebook.When friend requests are posted on your home page the requirements to request any of these people is that you either know them personally or have one or more mutual friends among you.That was the explanation given to me and that is how I have proceeded.Just recently upon logging in,a notification appeared from the facebook support people listing several friend requests that I had submitted with no response at all.That’s ok with me you can’t expect every request to be excepted and new friends made.But I do not expect the facebook support people telling me that I have to know these people or have mutual friends with them.So I proceeded to delete the unresponsive requests-no problem.Here is my suggestion-when a request is posted on your page which you click on this should be valid for a specific amount of time.Say for example two,three,four days,whatever seems fair to all.If after this time frame there is no response the request should be removed and notification of that action should be given to the necessary party.Pretty simple I feel!

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