“A-card”? Who makes up crappy terminology like this? Sex words should at least have a little imagination or humor value. This just sounds a word that electronics hobbyists would toss around while sorting through transistors and capacitors.
@Stella I love that your name is Stella and you made an ATL reference. But I don’t know; I think in this case, it should be “Dear Maria, count me OUT.” If I were her Facebook friend, I would wish she’d left me out of the loop.
This is just…awkward and gross and NOT something you broadcast to all your friends on Facebook. You definitely do not proudly shout it from the rooftops while looking upon the people sans “A-cards.”
At least her mother doesn’t appear to be her Facebook friend.
so, i just got this link sent to me from one of my actual friends on facebook who frequents this site. what the link didnt show was my post BELOW that, which said that i really really hated the guy who infultrated my account when i forgot to log out on his iphone, and wrote that as a joke. for all those who think i’m some sort of “butt-slut inter-ho,” im really really not. and after learning what an a-card actually was, i can guarantee that mine is still very much in-tact.
on the flip side of things, i guess this was a really successful prank.
Uh Nick, you might want to cotton onto the idea that nothing on the Internet is as private as you think, PARTICULARLY all those nifty little social networking sites you and your peers have infested/invaded. It used to be said that if you didn’t want something you said quoted in the New York Times to not e-mail it; well, the same goes for FB in this day and age. And yes, Sgt. Hulka IS right, “logged in from someone else’s iPhone who then posted this as a joke” = “dog ate my homework”, i.e. a totally lame excuse that no one’s buying.
please let maria and Nick be the actual Maria and “Nick”. oh, i’m sorry, one more thing. please also let maria and “Nick” continute to “forget” to log out of Facebook on each others’ iPhones so we can continue to enjoy their hilarity.