I've got more than 150 contacts on my LinkedIn profile. But I've read somewhere that people can only know 150 other people. It has something to do with our past as cavemen and -women. Apparently, the average cave in the stoneage would house 150 people, no more, no less. I never knew caves came in such standard sizes. Or maybe the fire service wouldn't allow more people in one cave. You know, with only one entrance and no safety exits. Or maybe they just had very strict landlords.
To be honest, 150 friends and colleagues is just pushing it a bit for an antisocial element such as me. I was already chuffed I got over 10.
So as more and more people insist they want to remain in contact with me, there is only one sensible thing to do. Every person that wants to join the exclusive club of priviliged members that now me, has to eliminate one of the existing members. I don't care how, maybe waterboard them until they 'voluntarily' defriend me, or take more drastic action involving a concrete block around the ankles and a large (and deep) body of water. Just make sure you send me the obituary.
I'm sure you all understand.