What did you talk about on Facebook this year?
What did you talk about on Facebook this year?

Facebook most used words: Find out what you spoke about most in 2015

A recent study showed that your Facebook status says more about you than you might think...

Kashmira Gander
Thursday 19 November 2015 16:59
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As the year draws to a close, now is the time to reflect on how you spent the past 12 months.

And as social media has replaced photo albums and diaries for many of us as the place to document our memories, nothing quite reflects how you wasted away a year like your Facebook page.

Now, Facebook users can relive the high and lows of 2015 by analysing their most-used words on Facebook on a simple webpage.

An example of a Facebook world cloud. 

By singing in to Facebook via the quiz website Vonvon.me, users will be able to form a cloud of the words which made up their activity on the platform in 2015.

Over 8 million people have already used the function on the Vonvon.me.

And while the exercise might seem trivial, your Facebook page reveals a lot more about your than you might first suspect.

A recent study found that people who post Facebook status updates about their romantic partner were more likely to have low-self esteem, while those while those who brag about diets, exercise, and accomplishments are typically narcissists.

To make their findings, psychologists at Brunel University London collected information from 555 Facebook users to examine the personality traits and motives that influence the topics they choose to write about in their status updates.

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