Faithful Readers, June's stupid life

I won’t be IGNORED, June.

You know on Sunday, how I told you about going to that dinner of many bloggers, and how one faithful reader told me she figured out where TinyTown was based on stuff I said in my blog?

Okay, really? You can't just SCROLL DOWN two posts from this one? You really expect a link? Puleeze, sister.

Anyway, the woman I met the other night was clearly completely sane and a lovely person, and I didn't think anything of it except, "Hey! Good sleuthing!"

But then yesterday while I was at work, a faithful reader who comments all the time and who I feel like I know told me that she, too, had figured out all sorts of stuff about me based on Twitter and people I was Facebook friends with, etc. She said she felt like she had to warn me about it.

I kind of don't want to go into detail, here, because I'd rather not give a tutorial on how to stalk June. But she said to me (well, she WROTE to me), "It was really easy. I know Marvin's real name, even his middle name. I know where you work. I mean, June, it was almost TMI."

Okay, so that freaked me out. Not that this particular person knows so much about me, but, you know, that ANYONE can figure out where I work and Marvin's middle name and that sort of thing. I mean, if you're trying to find us to break into our bank account? Oh, you poor thing. You will be so disappointed if you do that. Go pick on Dooce if you want a rewarding robbery.

Anyway, here is the thing. I am deleting my Twitter account, because somehow it tells you my real name even though I signed up as June Gardens, and here is the part that kind of kills me.

If we are Facebook friends? And we do not know each other in real life? I might have to unfriend you.

I feel like a JERK. But the method my faithful reader told me about involved looking at other people's Facebook friends and oh, I know. I sound like I'm getting too big for my britches. I sound like I'm gettin' above my raisin.

But really, everyone, it is just so I can, you know, live. It's not that I think anyone who is my friend on Facebook wishes to do me in. Really.

And also too, if I ever interview for a job, I really don't want potential employers to somehow find this blog and read "I Dated June."

I feel like a giant jerk. You guys know you're my friends even if we're not Facebook friends, right? Oh, this is dreadful.

Henlulu
Henry and Tallulah are a little down about it, too.

100 thoughts on “I won’t be IGNORED, June.”

  1. You know I was thinking about this last night – Stalker! – and I got to thinking that maybe you could stalk all of us now we’re friends on facebook!
    Hope you’re feeling better after all these funny comments!

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  2. Oh, hell. I was enjoying Mss Doxie’s blog and now it’s ruined because June told me she’s a size SMALL! And, really, as a woman of Amazonian proportions, I just can’t go there. Damn the internet.

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  3. A) I am glad the person told me how easy it was to find me.
    2) As someone who looked at Miss Doxie’s Amazon Wish List, I cannot blame anyone for acting stalkerish. You just get curious and you start poking around on Google and next thing you know you’re finding out Doxie’s a size small.

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  4. Well, I’m not “Miss Marple,” but if my pink flowerdy panties were visible to all and sundry, I’d sure rather have somebody tell me about it, wouldn’t you? And I do believe that I’d take whatever steps I felt necessary to conceal said pink flowerdy panties from idle eyes, and then I’d just keep on keeping on.
    June, remember what Janera said a few days ago! 🙂

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  5. I don’t have time to read all the comments, so maybe someone already suggested this, but how about a FAN page or a BYE BYE PIE GROUP on Facebook. Dooce has a group. The Bloggess has a fan page.
    Now, of course I have no idea how one sets these things up, and what the advantage would be, but how big for your britches could you be if we faithful readers all formed a JUNE FAN CLUB?

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  6. Well Crap. I have been posting to my friend (IRL) Kellie@LVD that I needed to comment to you and tell you how awesome I think you are…that I have been reading you every day in what I considered to be a stalkerish fashion…reading and re-reading the post to give myself a chuckle in my day and then started reading the comments and think your readers are awesome too….but never commenting. I have “written” so many pithy, sharp comments – I crack myself up at the wittiness. (I also enjoy the “…” too much – you will just have to get used to that).
    Poor timing on my part – but hey, I’ve never been one to shy away from controversy:
    Hulk, Paul H&B, Erin on the West Coast, the Other Erin, LisaPie, Jan, and The Expatress…LOVE you to pieces too (but not in the Hanibal Lecter sort of pieces).
    Guess I have been saving up because now my comment is crazy long. Sorry, but not really because now you know I am here. 🙂

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  7. Oh for god’s sake! So, whoever you are that revealed all this juicy information to June, feel better now? So, you figured it out, wow! Aren’t you Miss Marple! This smacks of “I’m smarter than everyone else and I just have to prove it!”
    GET A LIFE! And leave our June alone! Okay June, fair’s fair. Tell me who outed you and I’ll go after them!
    June I could have figured out Tiny Town, too, you were pretty descriptive in many posts, but who cares to spend all that time?
    Really? You’re great, but gosh all Friday, who has that kind of time?

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  8. Since it seems to be a problem if someone knows my middle name, I will just tackle it head on.
    Erna. My middle name is Erna.
    Let the stalking begin.

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  9. I always figure if someone really wants to get you – they’ll get you regardless. If we all worried about this stuff we’d never leave the house!
    Mind you I do live on the other side of the globe – so I can’t stalk you!
    All this worry leads to locks on letter boxes and personal shredders in the kitchen. Do you really want to live like that?

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  10. oh, bummer. good luck going back undercover! i tried to use a fake name for my blog but people who know me IRL are in the habit of calling me by my first and last names at the same time when they leave comments.
    plus, i guess amelia isn’t that far from amy. i guess i wasn’t feeling creative that day.
    sorry you got creeped out.

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  11. June-da-doodle
    There are more than enough comments here to give you direction regarding FB and Twitter and stuff so I will refrain, unless you want to discuss it live.
    However, let me just point out something. IF someone tried to stalk you, and IF you found out about it and posted this to your blog, can you just IMAGINE the can of whoopass that your faithful readers would open upon said stalker? (Can I run on with this sentence any longer?”
    Moo-koo-koo-choo

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  12. I hear you…it is amazing what you can find out about a person on the net! I wouldn’t be offended in the slightest….we all lived with Just Blogger Juen a year ago didn’t we? Honestly Twitter and all rest (although I love it!) is a lot of work sometimes…

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  13. Je ne sais quoi…
    Maybe the paranoids really ARE out to get you. Or not. Maybe they just want to smell Henry’s little salty feet.
    But I do wish you had mentioned this before I had completed that damn life size portrait of you for the Paula’s Stalk June Weekend.

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  14. Je ne sais quoi…
    Maybe the paranoids really ARE out to get you. Or not. Maybe they just want to smell Henry’s little salty feet.
    But I do wish you had mentioned this before I had completed that damn life size portrait of you for the Paula’s Stalk June Weekend.

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  15. Je ne sais quoi…
    Maybe the paranoids really ARE out to get you. Or not. Maybe they just want to smell Henry’s little salty feet.
    But I do wish you had mentioned this before I had completed that damn life size portrait of you for the Paula’s Stalk June Weekend.

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  16. I’ll miss you on FB but I get it. It only takes one weirdo to ruin things (my first marriage comes to mind).

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  17. I can’t blame you one bit! This is one reason I don’t Twitter or participate in FB, other than the fact I don’t have the time. You are so right, employers do check out you FB account, so be careful dearie.
    Loved the photo of little Henry and Lula!

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  18. Well, I’ll just stay a faithful reader of this lovely blog. Since we’re not Facebook friends, I don’t have to worry about you unfriending me. Facebook is such a…weird compilation of people from all different factions of your life. Kind of like being in the same room with everyone you ever knew. Awkward at times, to say the least!
    Remember how a while back you were complaining that no one ever “got” your titles? Well, Fatal Attraction. So there. I know everyone else probably got it too, but I just wanted you to know that I DID notice. 🙂

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  19. Wait. You mean “Marvin” and “June Gardens” are NOT your real names? Does this mean that Francis, Winston, Henry and Tallulah are also aliases and their real names are Fluffy, Churchill, Max and Bankhead?

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  20. I go back and forth on this. I mean Dooce is right out there with her name and her spouse’s name and her kids’ names. Mimi Smartypants uses her kid’s name, but not her own real name.
    I have friends who keep slipping and mentioning my family and friends by name in Comments. I delete those. I still feel that my family did not consent to have their names on the Interwebz. So I use nicknames for them.
    And I can appreciate wanting to keep a little privacy: if you aren’t bringing me a book deal, then I’m going to keep a few things to myself.

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  21. You gotta do what you gotta do. We want June around for a long time in any capacity we can have her. I have seen some CRAZY things happen as a result of putting information out there so I think you’re being smart. No stressies.

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  22. I think it’s a good idea to be protective. People are all sorts of bat sh*t crazy. My husband’s a cop. I get to hear all about crazy each night. And people who stalk bloggers on the internet fall into the BSC category. I hope that you can find a happy medium of being protected while still giving the people what they love – and that being pictures of Henry.

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  23. My husband has a Twitter account that has no sign of his name on it, so apparently it’s possible. For that matter, it would have to be possible because all those spammers who want me to see pictures of Brittany munching their various and sundry body parts couldn’t possibly be using their real names. (With me, commas are a feast or famine deal.)
    I know where you live, as in I know what town you live in. It’s part of a group of towns that were linked together in some stupid marketing concept. I live in one of the other towns in the group…your readers wouldn’t have a hard time finding out which one. I have to admit I have more of an affinity for your blog than I might otherwise because we are both transplanted Yankees and therefore experiencing this state from somewhat similar viewpoints.
    BUT! BUTTTTT!!!! I am an extremely introverted person and I don’t hunt people up and track them down because I would have to TALK TO THEM IN PERSON. How scary! Besides, every time I’ve tried to shop in your town I’ve become terribly lost. The roads in my town are screwy beyond belief, but in your town they are screwy in a mirror image to ours…or something.
    For Henry’s feetses I might become a stalker.
    And…in that picture? Henry and Tallulah look…guilty.

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  24. *sigh* Why is it people are able to do all this sleuthing and get all kinds of “fun spying” information when I can’t even unlock someone’s profile on Facebook who I might like to “stalk”? (Stalk meaning just wanting to be nosy and see what they’re up to.)
    But this sucks for you. I’m sorry. It’s kinda hard to maintain a fake public image AND have a real identity online as well apparently. I’ve given up. I just (try to) do fake all the time. I totally miss out on FB but then again, I don’t see what all the fuss is about that site anyways. 😦

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  25. Don’t feel bad unfriending people. It’s to protect your privacy, and if they have a problem with that, they’re not worthy to be called June’s friend anyway!
    My FB settings are fairly private (don’t have my maiden name, high school, home town, etc.), and I only accept friend requests from real people who already know my last name, so I’m not terribly worried…but I don’t like that people can find me by looking up my brother and looking at his friend list and there I am. That is definitely something I wish FB would change.
    Hey, maybe you could write them an encouraging letter of suggestion? You’re hard to turn down, June.
    Have a great day!

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  26. So if I friend you on FB, you will ignore me? Oh, the humanity!!
    I just looked at your twitter page and I could not figure out how to see your real name. I tried to search my own name and didn’t find it either.
    If someone wants to stalk you, they’re going to stalk you, regardless of Facebook or Twitter or whatever.
    The only reason I know your name is because you replied to comments/emails. You could do like the Nester and have a nameless email.

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  27. Well that’s sad. I know people can find stuff out about you, but I guess I never cared that much to do anything with the stuff I think I know or don’t know.
    Call me lazy, I just don’t have any energy to pursue that kind of path.

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  28. I never “got” Twitter anyway. Everyone posting random thoughts 24/7. If I want that, I’ll call my friend Shar who talks incessently and says every thought that passes through her head, God love her.

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  29. I guess I’m just too dense or too BUSY(!!!) to do all that work to find out who you really are. Honestly, who has time to do that??? Go feed the homeless or do some laundry or discover the cure for cancer with all that time, people. That’s kinda weird even for “normal” people who don’t intend to harm you.

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  30. My husband signed himself up on facebook and then asked me how he could go about NOT having friends, NO pics and NO ONE could see his wall. I told him to close out his account. But he did an even better thing, he signed up his dog with an account and now he has so much fun being the dog’s proxy on fb.
    So if you want, you could have a Tallulah or Henry account for just your blog friends. And keep your “real” account for your real life. There’s options, is all I’am saying.
    Do what makes you feel safe and happy. As long as you keep this blog up, then I am happy.

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  31. Oh wait…it’s JAN that gets sucked on FB…H&B gets HIT ON by persistant lesbians…no, wait. That is the name of her BAND-The Persistant Lesbians…no, wait. H&B is the name of the band-Persistant Lesbians is the name of the ALBUM…no, wait-“Persistant Lesbians” is the name of the SINGLE…no wait…

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  32. Hookers and Blow~you are getting sucked on FB and having persistant lesbian get-togethers with Jan?? I wanna PARTY with you, Cowboy!

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  33. I would definitely read Paula’s blog if she had one — despite her odd affinity for Conservative Republicans. That’s how tolerant I am.
    Oh, and Jan and Paula, I’m told by the Home Office that your official Lesbian Party Kit is in the mail. You may want to open it in private. Just a heads up.

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  34. I use statcounter to tell me who reads or downloads stuff. I’m not paranoid about stalkers or whatever, but I figure any suspicious activity would show up in stats. I have only one fb friend whom I have never met, and she’s trustworthy. Generally I think most webfriends are mellow and unstalkeresque. But I’ve got to say, I find it creepy that people are sleuthing out your identity. I live probably 75 or so miles from your town, but have no desire to figure out your name or where you work. I might wave or introduce myself if I saw you by chance in person, but you can be assured any meeting would truly be by chance.

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  35. Good Lord! Do people not have enough things to do in real life? I realize I have wondered who Hulk is and that I covet your old pictures but the buck stops there! I HATE that people would ever make you feel uncomfortable. Remember back in the day when there were no pictures of you on your blog? Can we all just be pleased with the fact that we know what you look like? People drive me CRAZY with their foolishness.

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  36. Hey Paula~ I guess this means the “Worship June” weekend is off?!?!?! GREAT! Now what will I do with the kitties I adopted that look just like Fran, Winston and Henry? And does this all mean I have to stop referring to my husband as a Marvin-in-training???

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  37. So if I ever make it to North Carolina and meet you in person, can I be your friend again on FB? I’m fine with being unfriended on FB, since I haven’t really figured out how to use it anyway. But I was just getting ready to attempt to post a video of my 6-year-old’s first basket of her young life (made in the final basketball game of the season), so you’ll miss that.
    Seriously, do what you need to protect your privacy. It’s a scary world out there.

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  38. I understand if you unfriend me, but I’m really just a harmless Texas gal who means absolutely no harm!
    It’s shame so many people use good for evil…

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  39. I understand if you need to delete me on FB…. but if I might add. I think the problem is that you need to remove your real name from anything that is involved in your blog.
    I first found out your real name when you replied to a comment that I made here. The first time I was wondering who the crazy lady was who was replying like she was you… and then I realized that it was actually you – yeah, I’m slow like that.
    Anyways… once someone knows your name, you really can’t get around what they can find on the inet.
    So, change the name on your blog, and the email address associated with your blog.

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  40. Hey June – definitely protect your privacy in whatever way you feel is appropriate. I have separate email addresses for “real” life and cyber life.
    Just don’t stop blogging. ever. you are a great start to my morning. and the comments provide a much needed afternoon pick-me-up.

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  41. I couldn’t care less who you really are, so…sorry about that! I have my FB privacy settings set so that very few of my “friends” can see much of anything. It makes you wonder why I bother, huh? I’ll tell you: Like noname28, I play Mafia Wars and I will friend anyone I know or knew in high school/college since they might play MW.

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  42. Paula, you are hilarious. Why don’t you have a blog?
    Sure I love June’s blog but I also love reading the comments…especially from Paula & Hulk.
    Twitter sucks and I haven’t logged into FB in the longest time. I’ve considered deleting my account altogether.

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  43. I am so old…I don’t get FB/Twitter. Yes, I have a facebook page but only ’cause I was told that was how I was going to get grandchildren pix. Son was trying to get me going on FB and to tweet on twitter. I said I’d rather crap on the computer. Well, maybe I didn’t actually say it..but I was thinking it!
    Nope, this gramma is going to stay a little old-fashioned and not tell everyone on twitter when I change my underwear.

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  44. Does this mean I have to get rid of the June Shrine in my basement? With the laminated copies of all your posts? Let me know because I’m almost done carving the wax figurine in your likeness except I ran out of ramen noodles for your hair and you could save me a trip to the store.

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  45. Does this mean I have to get rid of the June Shrine in my basement? With the laminated copies of all your posts? Let me know because I’m almost done carving the wax figurine in your likeness except I ran out of ramen noodles for your hair and you could save me a trip to the store.

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  46. Does this mean I have to get rid of the June Shrine in my basement? With the laminated copies of all your posts? Let me know because I’m almost done carving the wax figurine in your likeness except I ran out of ramen noodles for your hair and you could save me a trip to the store.

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  47. Hmm, I chose the highest privacy settings possible on Facebook. Only my friends can see my stuff. Not friends of friends, not networks, not everyone, etc. I’m hoping that means no one can stalk me (not that they would even try, lol).
    Good luck with your techie overhaul, June!
    S.

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  48. Don’t delete meeeeee!!! I am a real person who lives down the street from you!!! Even if I am a stalker that finds your house to leave you gifts and spies on your husband at Target.

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  49. i am all for cleaning up your facebook account, canceling twitter, and what-have-you. but as an alternative, or just for future ease of mind, you can also batten down your security settings on fb …
    for example, you can hide your profile pic from being searched and you can also hide your friend list. hell, you can even filter what posts you want people to see. there is more than one way to skin a cat, and in this case i think you can be choosy about whose heads roll versus what privacy settings you want to implement 🙂

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  50. I’m just glad to see Henry & Lu are still bff’s! I don’t have time to stalk, I’m too busy checking your blog and comments to get my daily chuckle!

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  51. I totally get the dealio. I feel bad when people ask to add me as a facebook friend, but I tweet with my online friends and I facebook with my real life friends. There are things I don’t want my facebook friends to ‘read’ me say, like how I’m a PMS monster. And there are things I don’t want my online friends to read, like… wait. Nevermind.

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  52. I hope that my adjusting your bra straps in a slightly stalkerish and Republican way did not send you over the edge.
    You can ask any of my FB friends and they’ll tell you that’s just how I roll….

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  53. Awww. Sorry this causes you turmoil.
    I actually like only knowing you as June and Marvin Gardens and don’t want to know anything else. It’s fun and funny this way. I have plenty of “real” friends.
    You’re allowed to have a real life, too.
    Sheesh. I do tend to mother people, huh?

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  54. PLEASE DON’T UNFRIEND ME!!!!! My attention span is far too short to do anything nefarious with any information I may have learned, which I definitely already forgot.
    Yup, I’m totally cool with putting my desperation and panic out there for everyone else.

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  55. Poor Tallulah looks totally bereft, but she is making Hen’s toes curl with that belly action.

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  56. I find it a little scary that people are trying to figure out your real name, where TinyTown is, and where you work. And who cares what Marvin’s middle name is! I would unfriend anyone on Facebook you don’t know. People need to get a life.

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  57. June,I think you are smart to protect your identity. I also wonder why in the world people would spend their time trying to figure out this stuff. I mean I have trouble just trying to figure out where I put my car keys.
    My husband’s sister talked him in to setting up a FB account. He made it a family one, and within an hour he had so many friend requests that he said “This is a bunch of shi..” amd never checks it. I’m afraid I’ll love it and refuse to do it. I spend way too much time on June’s blog as it is!

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  58. Wow… lots of bad wordinga bove. It’s only 7AM PEOPLE!!!! WHAT DO YOU WANT?????
    That should read, “I understand, June” and “FB sucks ME IN” not “sucksme”. That error just fueled Hulk’s dirty mind for the rest of the day.

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  59. I understand June. We are FB friends but I hardly ever go into FB because it is some kind of evil votex that sucks me and the next thing I know it’s next Tuesday.
    With that said, I feel like I am normal, unstalkerish but realize not everyone is normal and unstalkerish. Sure, I figured out who Hulk is… Sure, my sister and I called you on your birthday… Oh. Dang it! Maybe I am not normal and totally stalkerish. But I’m not. DANG IT!
    Anyhoo~ I agree with Krista about the settings and with Paula H&B about you trying to not associate with the conservative Republicans. And with you about Henry’s little curled feets.
    Finally… because it needs to be said… June! You ignorant slut!!!!

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  60. You can change your Twitter name (not sure how but have seen people do it) and as for Facebook, I play Mafia Wars there and have oodles of people I don’t know on my friends list. I live in a town so small we’re all on the outskirts and I know I could be found easily (had a stalker once prove this) so I don’t put my real city down as where I live. AND, I make sure everyone in my family does the same. We all appear to live somewhere else.
    Having had a stalker, I learned the hard way what to put in my blog and what not (apply the same to Twitter and FB). Like, for instance, when you guys went to C. Pen (I’m from NC and never have been able to spell that name) I wouldn’t put the distance to drive there but might would say, ‘the drive was nice/long/whatever’. And I’d do that even if I lived next door to the place, or talk in ‘abouts’. Hope this helps.

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  61. Hmmm. I’ve never figured out where Tiny Town is, or Marvin’s middle name, but maybe I just haven’t been motivated enough. I understand about unfriending people (it still bugs me “friend” and its various forms have been turned into a verb), but can’t a person set their FB settings so that it’s very limited as to who can view your profile and friends and such? Not that shouldn’t do the unfriending, I’m just wondering.
    It’s early here. Sorry if that was as clear as mud.

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  62. Not saying you did this, but if a person did what they suggest on Facebook and named their high school group, their college group, their home town group, their employment group, their blogs and so on, they would be telling the world everything about themselves. If they also put out their birthdate and pictures of themselves and their kids, I’d say they’d be cooked as far as privacy.
    I don’t know why people don’t see this.

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  63. My favorite thing ever was yesterday when someone asked Hulk, “Did you just call June a tramp?” and he wrote back, “No, I didn’t just call June a tramp. It was at least four hours ago.”
    But that is not the point of my phone call. My POINT is, isn’t anyone gonna mention Henry’s little curled feets?

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  64. Waaaaaaaaait a minute. I get it now. This is all just an elaborate ruse so you don’t have to associate with conservative Republicans. YOU INTOLERANT WHORE.

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  65. Waaaaaaaaait a minute. I get it now. This is all just an elaborate ruse so you don’t have to associate with conservative Republicans. YOU INTOLERANT WHORE.

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  66. Waaaaaaaaait a minute. I get it now. This is all just an elaborate ruse so you don’t have to associate with conservative Republicans. YOU INTOLERANT WHORE.

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  67. I understand if you have to unfriend me on facebook. It sucks because the few times you have actually commented on one of my…uh oh what is the plural of status? Statuses, Stati, Statues? HELP! Anyways, any time you wrote on my wall or otherwise left a mark on my facebook, it made me so happy. I will still read you blog faithfully and just remember the good old days when we were facebook friends!

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  68. You should keep your information as guarded as possible. You just never know.
    I agree about The Fountainhead. If no one tried to off you then, you’re pretty safe.
    Isn’t tweeting over anyway? I could just yawn having to read what color underwear people are wearing today.

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  69. Oh, Sleeping Beauty, I totally trust the people with whom I’m FB friends. It’s the whole seeing-who-other-people-are-friends-with thing that is scary.

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  70. Look, if no one tried to kill you after you assigned The Fountainhead, then I think you’re in the clear.
    Also doesn’t everyone already know Marvin’s middle name is Ventnor Avenue?

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  71. Look, if no one tried to kill you after you assigned The Fountainhead, then I think you’re in the clear.
    Also doesn’t everyone already know Marvin’s middle name is Ventnor Avenue?

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  72. Look, if no one tried to kill you after you assigned The Fountainhead, then I think you’re in the clear.
    Also doesn’t everyone already know Marvin’s middle name is Ventnor Avenue?

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  73. WHAT???? Now how am I supposed to get married women who live in different states to crush on me??? Oh, this is BULLSH**!!!

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  74. Sheesh….I’ve actually known you for 20 years and I’m not sure I could name Tinytown (I forget) or the place where you work (I don’t care).
    Plus also too – I went through a phase of unfriending not only people I don’t know, but people I don’t trust to always have my best interests at heart if some random person, like say, a potential employer, checked me out on Facebook and decided to randomly contact friends from my friends list to see what they said to me.
    You should never be friends on FB with people you don’t know personally – or don’t totally trust. Don’t feel bad about it.

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