To anybody who has ever used Facebook, it will no doubt ring one or two bells.
A teenage girl’s song about the perils of the website has gone viral and become a YouTube hit.
Madelaine Zammit blends wry observation with sharp wit to paint an all-too-accurate picture of what it is like to use the world's largest social networking site.
She admits to only logging just to 'see what’s going on' only to be confronted by the relentless chatter that she can’t leave.
After drawing herself away from the news feed she tries to delete people only for them to add her again.
Then there is the customary abuse from people who hate her - and 40-year-old men trying to chat her up.
The video has been viewed more than 350,000 times on YouTube and, in an ironic twist, her music page on Facebook has been 'liked' more than 9,500 times.
The video starts with Madelaine sitting in front of the camera with an acoustic guitar and playing the simple song as she sings.
'The only reason that I’m logging in is to see what’s going on, but then there's people that just talk away and leave me wondering what to say, when all I really wanna do is leave it at that, but they continue to chat,' she sings.
Her lyrics turn to the 'continuous cycle' of deleting people only for them to add her again and the perils of older men cruising for a younger girlfriend.
She sings: 'I don’t want to be judgemental to people that I don’t know, I’m sure you’re nice but your status has to go, you’d think it’s pretty desperate but there are even worse too, like people writing updates just for attention, saying: 'Like this and I’ll rate you.'
Men who post pictures of their naked bodies also come in for criticism, as do people who 'poke' thinking they will get one back.
Madelaine finishes her song by thanking Facebook for installing a feature which allows her to just block people who don’t get the message.
Living in Adelaide in Australia, she says her influences include Ellie Goulding and states that she wants to 'start playing at venues and showing people the music I make'.
Her video has sparked a wave of YouTube comments including Devionics who wrote jokingly: 'You must be the biggest troll on Facebook :)'
iTool added: 'This is legendary. Your’re awesome! :) I definitely shared this on my Facebook page ;)', and heyitsvu who joked: '575 people are now defriended.'