What a witty way to harvest millions of users worldwide, don’t you think? But then I started to think about that emails screen.
I unchecked all of the emails and went into the network. Ok, I am from the web business and I knew it was a setup.
↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ In case you hadn’t noticed, the My Space craze is getting a little ridiculous. First I’ll tell you what I keep telling my sisters-in-law… It belongs to My Space, Inc., and they can do anything they want with it.
Even all the internet marketing gurus have My Space pages these days. They can even start charging you for it if they want. I went to login (I keep an account just so I can look around the site, but I don’t have a profile), and here’s what they showed me on the login page: The next time I went to login, they showed me this: The next time I went to login, they showed me an animated banner of a girl lifting up her dress, which I’m not gonna show here!!
While I actually have a lot of attractive friends, the reality is that most extremely attractive women do not go around randomly friending people on Facebook.
In the moment I realised that clicking on that button will cause all of them to receive invitation emails with my name as a sender.
My Space is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of nerds and wannabes, and personal profiles of ugly skanks trying to find an escape out of their cafeteria lunch-lady jobs.
It is made up of incoherent blogs that assume someone actually gives a shit, groups of nerds who flock together to escape the fact that they don't have a single friend in real life, photos of nasty bitches trying to look decent by photoshopping in the hopes someone will notice them, and crappy music and videos from bands that no one over the age of 12 with an IQ of more than 90 would give a flying fuck about.
While this is a sure sign of an amateur fake profile creator, it happens more often then you’d think. While not everybody would know that, familiar images are an instant tip off that the person friending you is not real.
The girl pictured in this image, for example, is actually a high-profile escort that a U. If the first two signs haven’t convinced you that your newfound Facebook friend is a fake, take a look at the individual’s friends to see what percentage of them are one gender ( most likely male).