I’d like to believe that, but having been a fan of lamebook since the beginning i can tell you that some lamebook commenters become absolute turds about the whole thing and actually do correct obvious typos. Lame eh?
a) I don’t think these particular examples are real, but they’re still funny.
b) @2fst4u: I hate to admit it, but your comment on #19 is the first thing that’s ever made me want to log in and post something here…I can’t for my life figure out what a “nubfuck” is…care to elaborate a little?
These posts could be real cos they’re the kinda of thing I’d say / do. For example I text my bro to ask him the name of the Ida Corr song I like so I could download it. He replied “Let me think about it”, so I sat there waiting for his reply . . .
If the first one isn’t fake, then it’s a set up. That kind of talk is way more appropriate for IM, considering comments aren’t real time. But “23 seconds ago” kind of tips it off to me that it is indeed fake. (In fact all the entries this time are a bit too quick to be real.)
Some people are foolish, others naïve, other people have medical problems with their grey matter, others merely intellectually challenged to the point they are incapable of any rational decision….. The folk portrayed here are just half wit cunts.
@Alliston: I know I was tired but refer to the picture above. That is why I wrote what I did. I have only just realised that ‘unlike’ has replaced ‘dislike’. Those groups claiming to have a ‘dislke’ button are merely a petition to force Facebook to implement such a thing. Power to them though! As we can see through Lamebook, not every post, picture [etc.] can be liked.