Having fun at people's expense! Social media is messing lives

@aureliah (13843)
April 24, 2018 3:32pm CST
Recently a man decided to play with people's mind and posted on Facebook that he was a doctor from Germany and was looking for a wife. Within an hout, he had more than 900 friend request from both single and married women. What is interesting, the following day he exposed them one by one. Marriages have been broken same as relationships. I keep wondering why someone would do this but I understand there are people who have fun at others expense.
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• Dallas, Texas
24 Apr
I call that type of person a good for nothing meddler.
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@aureliah (13843)
25 Apr
Yes he had fun but have caused so much pain in people
• Pamplona, Spain
24 Apr
Hardly a nice thing for him to do if he was not being serious. Fun like that might have been fun for him but not for all the others such as the women.
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@jstory07 (65331)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Apr
That man must be a sick person to have done something like that.
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• Philippines
25 Apr
@aureliah then it shows how heartless he is.
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@aureliah (13843)
27 Apr
@hereandthere Thats is very true
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
24 Apr
He might not of been having fun. He might of been trying to prove people are liars
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@aureliah (13843)
3 May
I did not follow up to see what his motives were
@Corbin5 (99842)
• United States
24 Apr
It is a shame that some post things that cause so many problems for others.
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@wolfgirl569 (2488)
• Marion, Ohio
24 Apr
It was not right of him to do that, but at the same time I would never want to be with someone I had never met. So shame on the women who tried to jump on a free ride too.
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@aureliah (13843)
25 Apr
The problem is that even married women were involved.
• Marion, Ohio
25 Apr
@aureliah But that is there fault. If they will jump on that maybe the hubby needs a heads up.
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@aureliah (13843)
26 Apr
@wolfgirl569 Thats true
@Starmaiden (3788)
• Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
24 Apr
Many people think facebook is a dating site. Others use it as a platform for scamming the lonely and desparate.
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• Philippines
25 Apr
i think it happens right on this site, too, through private messaging.
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
I'm rarely active. I just visit the site to see what others post
@aureliah (13843)
1 May
@hereandthere yeah but its better here
@epiffanie (9748)
• Australia
25 Apr
Some people are so miserable that they want others to be in that situation too so they do just that .. And unfortunately there are so many gullible people out there on social media ..
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@aureliah (13843)
3 May
Yeah and the saddest part is that they suceed
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@TRBRocks420 (73697)
• Banks, Oregon
25 Apr
That's a pretty awful thing to do.
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
yes it is
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@JudyEv (118560)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Apr
This is pretty low isn't it? Some people have no idea of the havoc they are going to create but I guess others do have a good idea and just don't care.
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@aureliah (13843)
25 Apr
It was a sad story seeing married women being exposed on social media. It has already caused so much anger and pain to many
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@ridingbet (46858)
• Philippines
25 Apr
i guess this person did have a lonely solitary childhood.
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@aureliah (13843)
2 May
It could be or he just wanted to see people cry
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@ridingbet (46858)
• Philippines
4 May
@aureliah or he is an attention-seeker?
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@aureliah (13843)
5 May
@ridingbet I think that he just wanted to cause some damage
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@YrNemo (11173)
25 Apr
What did he do re: 'he exposed them one by one'? He didn't list their names out did he? (Sound bad if that was the case!)
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@aureliah (13843)
3 May
He did and for the unlucky ones who has their photos on the profile, he took screenshots and exposed them
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@YrNemo (11173)
6 May
@aureliah sounds a nasty soul there, who decided he had the right to judge and condemn others. Someone told me that there is such a thing as karma.
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@aureliah (13843)
10 May
@YrNemo Yes karma strikes back
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@just4him (109858)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Apr
That's terrible. I never friend anyone I don't know, either in real life, or here, as I have friended a few people from myLot now. I've been getting requests from people I don't know. I might look at their profile to see who they are, but I never friend them.
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@aureliah (13843)
27 Apr
You have to be very careful. Before I accept a request I must know who you are
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@just4him (109858)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
27 Apr
@aureliah True.
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@LadyDuck (147178)
• Switzerland
25 Apr
This is not having fun, this is something against the privacy he did and I hope he will be pursued for what he has done.
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
Most people get away with this and leave many suffering under their irresponsible behaviours
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• Preston, England
25 Apr
says he is a scumbag for such a deception
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
thats true
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@hereandthere (28880)
• Philippines
25 Apr
is this the news item you were referring to?
Have you heard of Robin Johnson? The man who exposed Kenyan ladies’ ‘tamaa’ on Facebook?Well, apparently one man caught Kenyan ladies by surprise on Thursday, April 19
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
yes exactly thats the news
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@noni1959 (3005)
• United States
25 Apr
Social media can be a great tool but there will be those who use it to hurt others because they are hurting themselves.
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@aureliah (13843)
1 May
yeah and thus one has to be very careful
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