That is extremely relatable to me. There some friends of mine that only use Facebook so I log in on occasion to see how they are, but I also have to run the gauntlet of posts from extremely religious/conservative family members, or old high school classmates whose friend requests I accepted out of politeness but that I would cross the street to avoid if I saw them in public.
This sweet young lady (She has Schizophrenia) from karaoke night wanted to add me on Facebook, and I accepted her after giving her a heads up that my page isn't for the easily offended...and that I share dirty memes. She said okay. But then one day she told me that she unfriended (or blocked?) me after I'd shared something that she thought was "nasty." I scrolled through my page to see what she could've been referring to, and she was talking about some meme I had shared...that showed a painting, and how it looks like a woman's legs with a bush when you turn it upside down.
She was like "You're not mad at me, are you?" And asked if she could re-add me on FB. I told her no, I'm not mad, but said that it's best to just keep me unfriended if she's going to be having an issue with the stuff I post. But I assured her that I still like her, and I'm not mad.
I like a lot of people, but it doesn't mean that I have to be FB friends with all of them. Especially if they're going to be the type to have an issue with every thing that you post. I definitely use the restriction feature on some of my posts that I'd prefer my grandmom, etc. to not see. But I'm not gonna be doing that with every