Back when Facebook was first blowing up, you probably became friends with a ton of people from high school. And ever since, you've been remembering that you didn't like them in high school, and nothing's really changed.
According to a new study out of the University of Colorado in Denver, the people we're most likely to defriend on Facebook are people we went to high school with. Here are the top five people we defriend the most . . .
1. High school friends.
2. Random people.
3. Friends of friends.
5. A person whose only connection to us is a common interest.
The study also found that most people's first reaction to getting defriended is . . . SURPRISE. The second-most common reaction is being ANGRY . . . and third is thinking it's funny. (Phys.org)