Facebook Bra Color Game Revealed

Men,
I want to bring to your attention that there’s a “viral” status update game going on via Facebook where your wife, girlfriend or female friends might change their status to a color. It’s to help women spread breast cancer awareness – and I totally get it. So let’s help play along.

Update your favorite car color in your status to raise awareness that it’s time to change the god damn oil on your favorite car before it’s too late. Go ahead. I’ll start it as a note on Facebook and will tag a few EOT dads. Become a Fan and we’ll tag you back. And make sure your wife gets her boobs checked – that shit is serious.

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  1. As long as it reaches the target who cares what the kids think. Come to think of it, that sounds a lot like my parenting philosophy !:P

  2. Okay, I hate chain stuff, memes and stuff that seems like a waste of time at first blush. I never turned my avatar green on Twitter, nor do I do "twibbons." But, when I got this message from a colleague (hello, Elizabeth!), it seemed like a great way to tell some of my friends to get an exam, mammogram, or whatever. It gave me an excuse to send that message. Brilliant pass-along hook. (But that's a notion for the Shamable blog.)Then, I saw the backlash. Sure, Farmville and Mafia Wars are not my thing, but I don't go around blasting people for putting "stupid stuff" in their status updates. If you're not interested, ignore. Delete. Move on.Yes, it's a stupid game. I've noticed mostly that it's younger people criticizing. But, I know my aunt well. She's older than me. She'll definitely respond to something like this, so HELL YES I'll put "lime green" in my status so she feels more comfortable spreading the word to her friends.Thanks for supporting this, and for hooking all those people with such a provocative title! =]

  3. As long as it reaches the target who cares what the kids think. Come to think of it, that sounds a lot like my parenting philosophy !:P

  4. Okay, I hate chain stuff, memes and stuff that seems like a waste of time at first blush. I never turned my avatar green on Twitter, nor do I do "twibbons." But, when I got this message from a colleague (hello, Elizabeth!), it seemed like a great way to tell some of my friends to get an exam, mammogram, or whatever. It gave me an excuse to send that message. Brilliant pass-along hook. (But that's a notion for the Shamable blog.)Then, I saw the backlash. Sure, Farmville and Mafia Wars are not my thing, but I don't go around blasting people for putting "stupid stuff" in their status updates. If you're not interested, ignore. Delete. Move on.Yes, it's a stupid game. I've noticed mostly that it's younger people criticizing. But, I know my aunt well. She's older than me. She'll definitely respond to something like this, so HELL YES I'll put "lime green" in my status so she feels more comfortable spreading the word to her friends.Thanks for supporting this, and for hooking all those people with such a provocative title! =]

  5. As long as it reaches the target who cares what the kids think. Come to think of it, that sounds a lot like my parenting philosophy !:P

  6. Okay, I hate chain stuff, memes and stuff that seems like a waste of time at first blush. I never turned my avatar green on Twitter, nor do I do "twibbons." But, when I got this message from a colleague (hello, Elizabeth!), it seemed like a great way to tell some of my friends to get an exam, mammogram, or whatever. It gave me an excuse to send that message. Brilliant pass-along hook. (But that's a notion for the Shamable blog.)Then, I saw the backlash. Sure, Farmville and Mafia Wars are not my thing, but I don't go around blasting people for putting "stupid stuff" in their status updates. If you're not interested, ignore. Delete. Move on.Yes, it's a stupid game. I've noticed mostly that it's younger people criticizing. But, I know my aunt well. She's older than me. She'll definitely respond to something like this, so HELL YES I'll put "lime green" in my status so she feels more comfortable spreading the word to her friends.Thanks for supporting this, and for hooking all those people with such a provocative title! =]

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