By rosmaizura - 01/10/2010 07:39 - Malaysia
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You can flip around privacy settings on individual posts. That way only she can see her post and she won't notice that you've removed it from the rest of the world's view. Likewise you can hide posts with profanity from her. It's all in the lock icon near the post.
haha oh well.. that's why you shouldn't accept family members on fb if you dont want them to see certain things.
Never add relatives if you aren't prepared to deal with the consequences, I would have thought that would've been clear to you. Haha I told my dad I'd never accept him on facebook if he made an account (he was thinking of doing so) and I got a request with a message saying "add or die" my dad has 3 facebook friends. I'm not one of them. DE-NIED.
That's what you get for saying things on the internet you won't normally say in front of your mom.
that's why you never add family members. they **** you in reality and they WILL **** you over on FB.
Well, if you didn't want her to see it, you either shouldn't have said it, or shouldn't have added her. Facebook is a site that contains a wide variety of people, usually the ones you talk to are friends and family, just because it's an internet interface, doesn't mean it suddenly becomes acceptable to swear in front of people you wouldn't normally swear in front of.
hahaalolz, I don't have a comment on every FML going. And, as I said to the last person who asked that question, define 'life'. I clearly have a life in the pure definition, as I am alive, but I do not think that is what you meant. Also, what mahimalil said. And yes, Cantfightfate, I've noticed that too.