The holidays can be a real lonely time for many. To quote the immortal Charlie Brown: “Nobody sent me a Christmas card today. I almost wish there weren't a holiday season. I know nobody likes me. Why do we have to have a holiday season to emphasize it?”
Thanks to a new Facebook glitch, you don’t have to be Charlie Brown, because the glitch only allows you to send Christmas cards to yourself and only yourself.
According to Mashable, “Once you post the card, it will appear in your own news feed; you cannot send it to someone else. You can, however, choose who can see it as you're sharing it."
“Unfortunately, the option seems to show up once on top of your news feed and then disappear forever after you've dismissed it, which will likely have many users scratching their heads and browsing through Facebook's endless menus to find it again. The only way to access it — as far as we know — is to go to someone else's card and then choose the "Select card" option below.”
It’s as if Facebook knows how sad and pathetic we all are. So instead of bothering to send a message to our so-called “Friends” and “Family,” you can send one to that special someone in your life: You.