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Today, I was on an adult-orientated website when my mother entered the room. I closed the webpage as fast as I could by clicking everywhere. I discovered later that, while panicking, I clicked on “share on Facebook”. FML

By Deathrace - / Tuesday 17 May 2011 13:08 / India
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By  Idontevenknowwhattoput  |  4

"Oh my gosh guys I'm so sorry about that! Someone must have hacked my facebook!!! Don't worry though, I changed all of my passwords so it shouldn't happen again. Man, hackers these days..."

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  TelephoneChoir  |  10

Something similar happened to me. I deleted the post immediately and no more than two minutes later my mom stormed into my room, having received a particularly odd text from my dear old grandmother.

By  Idontevenknowwhattoput  |  4

"Oh my gosh guys I'm so sorry about that! Someone must have hacked my facebook!!! Don't worry though, I changed all of my passwords so it shouldn't happen again. Man, hackers these days..."

By  PrototypeXD  |  5

Why do porn sites even have a share feature on them? There is no one I know that goes
Yes I would love to share with my friends and family that I watch "hot collage girls fucking compilation 4"

By  qteabutt  |  12

Theres a faint grey arrow to the top right of the content or status, click on it and you should have the option to delete it. Until then just claim you were hacked if anyone asks.

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  qteabutt  |  12

It usually works for anyone who isn't very familiar with the internet, though of course anyone who uses social media on a daily bases knows what's up. And no, but who am I to judge on what a guy jerks off to.

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  SpartanMerc  |  18

Or open a page that is suitable (since having a blank desktop is suspicious) and just Alt-Tab to it to avoid someone catching you. When they leave, Alt-Tab back...

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