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By Anonymous / Monday 6 July 2009 22:36 / United States
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By  iKaite  |  0

You deserve it for believing you could get away with it. Twitter is a viscious website that people, anyone, can look at. You totally and one hundred percent de-fucking-serve it.

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  realggirl  |  0

I agree. Totally deserve it. Twitter is a public site... don't you find it odd that you can view almost anyone else's updates unless they specifically protect them? They're public by default.

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  Cloudy_fml  |  0

There is no "age" in college. ;) Okay, that's a cheesy line, I'll admit. My point is that being an adult doesn't necessarily mean that one ceases intention to further their education.

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  lolwst  |  0

Today, I found out my co-worker had a twitter. I looked on it, and saw drinking stories, all the men she hooked up with, various cuss words, sexual innuendos, and how much she hates her coworkers, especially me. FML

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There are many places that one can write down such things, most of which are entirely private and impossible to hack. Privacy means nothing on the internet. OP, might I suggest a diary?

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The fault lies in presuming it was private to begin with, me43. Internet 101. The internet, or anything that even remotely uses it; even just for transmission of data = The exact *opposite* of private.

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  smokey23  |  0

i talk about people all the time and you should have the right and the employers and colleges should not be on these web sites . they should look at you transcripts and everything eles not fml and twitter and facebook. but on the other hand do not put your stuff out there like that so what about your co-worker i hate at least two of them!

By  iKaite  |  0

You deserve it for believing you could get away with it. Twitter is a viscious website that people, anyone, can look at. You totally and one hundred percent de-fucking-serve it.

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  Lonely_Lez  |  0

Twitter is viscious? Either you meant that it is "of a glutinous nature or consistency; sticky; thick; adhesive", or you meant that it is "addicted to or characterized by vice; grossly immoral; depraved; profligate". Neither one really seems to fit Twitter. Good try though.

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  letitbe56  |  0

Yo, we all got that she meant "vicious" and not "viscous." In common parlance, "vicious" is a synonym for "nasty" or "mean." I'm sure you know that, but you wanted an excuse to act superior. Get off your grammar horse.

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  ArtsySwag  |  0

Exactly... unless it's a journal site that's practically private. Even still, you should keep some things to yourself because you'll never know who will see it.

By  amv_22  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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