Annoyed WomanFacebook isn’t such a friendly place for the majority of women, according to a new survey conducted by Eversave, a company that offers daily deals for restaurants, activities and more.

A study of 400 women for daily deals company Eversave unexpectedly uncovered more information about participants’ distaste for their friends’ online behavior than about the impact social networking has on saving money (although for the curious, 45% of those taking part in the survey said they found out about online deals from their friends, compared with 79% who admitted also discovering bargains through deal companies’ social network ads).

The results also uncovered the love-hate relationship women have with Facebook. These bothersome behaviors topped the list:

  • Complaining all the time (63 percent)
  • Sharing unsolicited political views (42 percent)
  • Bragging about seemingly perfect lives (32 percent)

The data also uncovered some interesting things about Facebook friendships. While women use Facebook to keep their friends informed about what they are up to (79 percent) as well as share interesting and/or funny links and videos (64 percent), they have little tolerance for friends who use the site to brag or overshare. Survey respondents were asked if they were friends with certain online personalities, and here are the results:

  • The documentarian – they update their status with their every move (65 percent)
  • The drama queen – everything’s a crisis with this friend (61 percent)
  • The proud mama – they think Junior’s every move is newsworthy (57 percent)
  • The incessant liker – they “like” every post (46 percent)
  • The slactivist – don’t they know Facebook can’t cure cancer? (40 percent)
  • The poser – they project an image of life so perfect, and it’s not true (40 percent)

Women (and men) may want to think twice before accepting a friend request. As for the friends that you already have, if you feel uncomfortable unfriending them, remember there are alternatives: you can always hide their updates or limit what content of yours they can see on the site.

Still, 91 percent of women like checking out their friends’ videos and photos on Facebook and 76 percent like the fact that they can search for long-lost friends on the site.