The social network provides some insight into how we communicate with friends.

In Facebook's announcement yesterday detailing their updated messaging system, the social network shares the three most frequently used subject lines in their messages (pictured in the screen grab above). The video overview on their blog cites these totally bland, and  difficult to organize conversation headings as one of the many reasons it is looking to simplify communication with friends and family. Their new system, “Messages,” eschew subject lines in favor of a more instantaneous, chat-style response format.

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