But as the guy who invented Facebook should know, status updates are prone to change.
Why do you think young children might be prone to such cruelty?
I'm prone to like defense cuts as a solution to budget problems.
As a footnote, the Devil's team said Sadat would have been far more unpredictable and prone to drastic action.
He is prone to ad-libbing, and has difficulties sticking to a script.
Parents are soft-hearted to their children, and are prone to yield.
All around him he saw the prone bodies of his men, naked to the view of all and sundry.
She was a large woman, belligerent of aspect, and Bess was only a woman and not prone to fisticuffs.
Needless to say, I was not prone to follow his example at that time.
Genius, apart from natural sensitiveness, is prone equally to unreasoning joy and to bitterest morbidness.
c.1400, "naturally inclined to something, apt, liable," from Latin pronus "bent forward, leaning forward, bent over," figuratively "inclined to, disposed," perhaps from adverbial form of pro- "before, for, instead of" (see pro-) + ending as in infernus, externus. Meaning "lying face-down" is first recorded 1570s. Literal and figurative senses both were in Latin; figurative is older in English. Related: Proneness.
Lying with the front or face downward.
Having a tendency; inclined.