SOCIAL notworking site Facebook has suffered its first drop in visitors since the site was created.
According to the Daily Wail the numbers of visitors to the site has fallen by five per cent during January.
The site had 8.9 million visitors in December, but this has fallen to 8.5 million last month. The numbers of people quitting the site is up too.
It is being seen as a sign that interest in the site has peaked and, heaven forbid, the place might not be fashionable any more.
The Wail speculates that people are fed up with getting spam emails saying they have been bitten by a vampire or looking at dozens of requests from complete strangers when they log on.
Nielsen Online reports that most of the social networks are less popular in the UK than a year ago.
People looking for an antisocial networking experience could do worse than to point their browsers at the Inq's very own Hermit's Cave forum, where they can be assured of a welcome that makes waterboarding seem like a recreational activity.
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