Sometimes we bring heartache upon ourselves. We're loath to victim-blame, but it's just careless to leave yourself logged into Facebook on a public computer. If you're very lucky, a kind-hearted lady or gentleman will discover your mistake and leave you unscathed. This is rare, and you shouldn't count on getting so lucky again.
Her Facebook friends wished Johnathan had included a link to his Facebook profile, because they'd all rather be friends with him. Not that Emilie sucks, but Johnathan just seems so awesome. Also, Emilie kinda sucks.
Look, bro. You can have your phone back. All you have to do is apologize like a man, acknowledge that karma exists in the world and admit you're the strongest evidence of that fact that we've ever seen.
This is Nicholas Wig. He's the dumbest criminal in the universe. Here's what Wig did: —Wig broke into and burglarized the Minneapolis, Minnesota, home of James Wood. —While in Wood's home, Wig was so casual that he took the time to log into his Facebook account on Wood's computer. —Wig forgot to log out of his Facebook account on Wood's computer. —When Wood came home, Wood posted on Wig's profile to identify Wig as a thief, and to request information about Wig. —Wig responded to Wood personally and asked to meet so he, Wig, could retrieve some clothing items he had left accidentally at Wood's home. —Wood called police to arrange for Wig's arrest, and Wig, the dumbest criminal in the universe, walked right into the trap.
Normally when someone has the opportunity to hack someone else's Facebook account, he or she acts too quickly and posts the first rude thing that comes to mind. But some folks are hacking on another level, playing subtle games and grifting long cons. These are truly Facebook's evil geniuses.
The thing about stupid criminals is they believe they're masterminds. Since they don't know they're stupid, there's no point in warning them not to do stupid things, like logging into social media on stolen devices. That's why posts like this will continue to happen. And for that, we're so grateful.
Justin Bieber has a huge following on social media, but what most people don't realize is that 85 percent of it comes from people hacking their friends and mass-following Bieber's accounts and pages as a joke.
Kat's dumb friends told Kat's mom that she didn't do this right, but they couldn't be more wrong. It's a little clever to write embarrassing posts in someone else's name, but it's so much better to straight-up insult them and sign your own name because you're older and wiser and you just DGAF.