45 of the Trashiest Things Ever Posted on Facebook

These days, we are deep into the era of . Everybody and their mother has a and is using it to update their friends and acquaintances about every single event in their life–which inevitably gives the rest of us plenty of entertaining , statuses and super trashy posts to send around and laugh at. We all have that one Facebook friend whose profile is a constant trainwreck of too much information and bad life decisions.   

These are people we used to work with, people we went to school with, or even childhood friends. Whether it’s a selfie from prison visitation, an argument over baby-daddies, or a picture of a brand new tattoo, these posts help us put our own lives in perspective.  Some of these are funny, some have a hint of sadness to them, and all of them are almost too crazy to believe. Who needs Maury in the age of the ? Sometimes the trashiest people are just a few friend requests away.

 

Not Again!


Only Slightly Used




Future Centaur Selfie





Starting Off Young





Windex That Mirror





Very Considerate





Like a Thief in the Night





My Ex Is My Stepdad




Smokin with My Baby





Everybody Needs a Plan





Pay Your Tab





That Is Hard to Believe





Silver Lining





Baby-Face




Never Again





Get Your Facts Straight





Free My Daddy





One for the Living Room





Hardcore





Labeled for Convenience





A Match Made in Court





Thai Food? Must Be Serious





Lol! Mom Is So Silly





Sounds Legit





Didn’t Last Long





Say Cheese





Perfect Trolling





Whooo Cares





3 for 3





Yep, Definitely Have Cancer





Not the Lottery





Don’t Leave Stuff at Her House





Postponing the Wedding





Epic Photoshop Skills





All-Caps Means Business





Right in the Booth





Chairish This Moment





Just Laugh, Mom





He’s the Hero This City Needs





Game Set Match





She’s 21 Years Old





First and Last Name





Still Lookin Good





A Cheap Tattoo Alternative





Black Is the New Orange





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