Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Logging Offspring

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  1. See, now THIS is the kind of shit we put up with TypOHs! (ugh) for.

  2. Hahahaha…damn. This was gold.

  3. After swimming in sea of mediocrity (with abundant turds) lamebook finally throws me a rubber hoop thingy to fish me out into a land of above mediocrity.

    Thanks lamebook, I almost <4 you again. Now pass me my rape juice.

  4. I agree with some other posters, Paul made it even worse. Those “I’m calling the police” threats are too old and don’t work with 21st century trolls, like that anon was.

    He could have ignored it or just laugh at the entire situation…seems to be the best option many times.

  5. Right, someone tell me why in the name of gods giant phallus – someone would log into Facebook in an Apple store…or any store for that matter.

    “Ooh, there’s a shop with electronic gadgets connected to the internet – I must go and view my facebook account post haste!”

    Mind you, looking at daddies replies..maybe the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree.

  6. No only that, but why in in the name of Eve’s everlasting incestuous vagina, would they log into FB in public anywhere, and not log out. That’s just asking for disaster, and LB.

  7. 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!’?

  8. ‘on my knees to please’ should be a real religion.

  9. hahaha that is awesome. I think i saw something about this on http://www.srslysorry.com . I guess it’s making the rounds.

  10. Oh man, this post is on http://www.srslysorry.com? Man, you’ve fucking SOLD that website to me, I’d LOVE to see a post I’ve seen already, but on a different website!

  11. this was fucking epic…i died laughing…hahahaha

  12. 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.

  13. meh… I’m not buying it….

  14. Imagine the apple store and the police reaction ?!

    Imagine the lawyer’s reaction when he tries to file that massive lawsuit!!

    Priceless =]

  15. he be trolling, he be hatin, he be ownin. lalalala hacker owns

  16. I don’t care if this is real or not, it made me laugh after a hard days work.

  17. Um…how is this any better than what they usually post? I see stuff like this all the time on here. That is to say, how is what they usually post less funny than this? I don’t get it.


  19. littlemissgenius

    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.

  20. Don’t forget to use the “Save Password” and “Keep me logged in” options when using a public computer or someone else’s device to check your (Facebook) account

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