PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Can you think of anyone you would not want to invite to Thanksgiving dinner?
Well, maybe you can just unfriend them.READ MORE: David Savage Charged After Killing Girlfriend, Opening Fire On Officers At SEPTA Terminal In Upper Darby: DA
After all, today is National Unfriend Day.READ MORE: NFL Week 13 AFC East Preview: CBS Boston's Levan Reid Calls AFC East Title Fight A Battle Of 'Big Brother Vs Little Brother'
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel started it a few years ago, but it has become an annual event every November 17.
I’ve literally unfriended 100 people on Facebook today. Happy #NationalUnfriendDay ☺️
— Sha (@SharloteTuibeo) November 17, 2016
Today is #NationalUnfriendDay – Let the 76th Hunger Games Beginnnnnnn!!!!
— Camilla Purdy (@ForwardRole_Cam) November 17, 2016
#NationalUnfriendDay is actually everyday :))))
— Samantha Solis (@_samanthaelise) November 17, 2016
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Today is #NationalUnfriendDay which I think is odd. Would have guessed that was last Wednesday.
— Janet L ♌ (@janetll69) November 17, 2016
Social media experts say you may want to consider simply hiding someone’s posts if they annoy you first. Some say the election prompted them to do just that.