Okay I have to admit, I’d be pretty pissed at someone who did that to my kid… But I’d still lmao about it – Actually, this is something I’d probably do TO my kid minus the gay stuff… I’d probably throw some furrie stuff in there though XD
I’m not sure if you guys notice, but you guys shouldn’t worship Nick, we should worship an anon guy that went and found his account open.
Anyways Lamebook, i thank you for this grammatically correct post.. Other posts are a pain in the ass to read
Paul made that a million times worse, had he just ignored it, the apple store imposter would have left it at the status- which he left obvious that someone else posted it, no one was going to take it seriously. INSTEAD HE DECIDED TO BE A BIG MAN AND PROVE HOW TOUGH HE IS BY PRESSING THE CAPS-LOCK. Apple store imposter was probably right, I bet paul is a little bitch. If he thinks he can sue or call the police over that then he is clearly a complete fool, there are no ‘facebook privacy laws’. No state has included a ‘farmville claus’ or any kind of law and there never will be one. This is like calling the cops over someone calling you a bad name, they aren’t there to be your parents and stop the big mean bullies- especially not cyber bullies.
Pedantic, your link is excellent. And I admit Paul isn’t that pedantic, but he does like to say the same thing over and over again.
I’d like to see if Paul was more like Hobo, and the Apple store dude used Nick’s account to say Nick liked Twilight (or Bieber), to watch the Hobo-style reaction. ‘YOU COME IN HERE AND HAVE THE CHANCE FOR SOME REAL HILARITY WITH MY SON’S ACCOUNT AND YOU POST FUCKING TWILIGHT JOKES? I AM CALLING THE JOKE POLICE!’
It’s not like Nick can’t go in and change all the stuff back. I mean, all the stuff Applestorenick put are so obviously done by a hacker — including the “and I forgot to log out of my facebook at the apple store” part — that no one’s going to think anything of it. They certainly won’t believe any of it. If it was more subtle and believable, maybe he could have soiled the kid’s reputation and made it worth his time, but he didn’t. So basically, I don’t understand the point of this type of hacking. It’s nothing more than a minor inconvenience to the original facebook user. Applestorenick is a terrible cyberbully.
mad2, nice comment, you’ve pretty much got it I’d be more annoyed at my kid for being so addicted to Facebook he has to log on at the Apple store (and is too stupid to remember to log out) than at the guy posting on his wall.
UNLESS, like you said, he’s posting a joke about liking Twilight, or Justin Bieber, or having sex with Michael Jackson. Then I’d just be pissed he’s not making enough of an effort.
Just posting ‘I love having sex with other men!’ is getting pretty old now. Come on, people. You’ve got an opportunity, you’re on the account of someone who’s obsessed with this website, and all you can think to put is ‘oh, I’m gay and obviously somebody else fraping (ugh) this user!’?
Funny? Yes, particularly Paul’s over-the-top reaction. But this just smacks of troll to me. Are we supposed to believe that the apple store nick posted the update, the real Nick’s dad saw it immediately and replied, and the apple store guy was still on hand to engage in the ongoing debate? I find it unlikely, but well written, so it gets half a win.
I don’t see how Paul thinks that posting on someone’s logged on FB account on a public computer in a public store is an arrestable offense. I could see if some kid hacked into his precious baby’s FB and posted this stuff but I highly doubt the cops would even concern themselves with that either.