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Also appearing in the ROI top twenty are Paranormal Activity 2 (Tod Williams, 2010), Insidious, Jaws, Annabelle and Unfriended (Leo Gabriadze, 2014).
Indeed, one-fourth of all teens say they have unfriended or blocked someone on social media because that person was flirting in a way that made them uncomfortable, Pew reported.
It's often said that the 'evil child' horror boom of the 70s ( The Exorcist , The Omen ) was a response to the inter-generational battles of the late 60s -- a sense that the kids were out of control -- and horror films like Unfriended and this one, or the whole found-footage genre with its ubiquitous cameras, may be a response to the digital onslaught that seems to have swallowed up an entire generation.
Chloe messaged her mother to remind her she was still married to her father, but Sarah simply unfriended her.
If anyone had ever tried to apply that metaphor to food, I'd have unfriended and blacklisted that person for life.
Facebook 'unfriending' can constitute workplace bullying, Australian tribunal finds A woman in Australia who unfriended a colleague on Facebook after a dispute at work was found by a tribunal to have committed workplace bullying.
I look forward to reading the next book in the series, Coco Banjo has been unfriended.
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In the last year I unfriended about 130 people on Facebook.