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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    I think this sort of story comes about because people don't realise that putting stuff on social media means EVERYONE can see it. There's ways to limit who sees your posts but it only takes one of your followers/contacts to share publicly for it to get out.

    Thinking no-one will see your drunken 4am rants on [insert platform of choice] because you've only got 6 followers is completely deluded.

    I suspect this person didn't see it as washing their dirty laundry in public but more a way to try and shame their ex. If someone did that to me, I'd be suing them for some form of privacy breach
    sad isn't it!

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  • ladymuck
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    I think this sort of story comes about because people don't realise that putting stuff on social media means EVERYONE can see it. There's ways to limit who sees your posts but it only takes one of your followers/contacts to share publicly for it to get out.

    Thinking no-one will see your drunken 4am rants on [insert platform of choice] because you've only got 6 followers is completely deluded.

    I suspect this person didn't see it as washing their dirty laundry in public but more a way to try and shame their ex. If someone did that to me, I'd be suing them for some form of privacy breach

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by _V_the conspiracy theorist View Post
    I am completely unable to believe that people are this stupid to wash their dirty laundry in public I choose to believe national newspapers make it up -

    Most of these "stories" in the Mail are fabricated nonsense for clicks. None of this stuff actually happens, a team of Mail writers work with a team of social media goons to create this crap for low intelligent types to copy onto Facebook, Twitter and this pathetic forum.
    Oddly the original video is here

    https://www.tiktok.com/@cupoflove7/v...from_webapp=v1

    the Mail & Sun have obviously made this up together or they just watch the most popular videos on most platforms to see what the stupidest of the millions of people on the planet have uploaded, its cheap news.

    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/fab...band-had-left/

    I just loved the phrase "self love coach" for obvious reasons.

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  • _V_
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    Most of these "stories" in the Mail are fabricated nonsense for clicks. None of this stuff actually happens, a team of Mail writers work with a team of social media goons to create this crap for low intelligent types to copy onto Facebook, Twitter and this pathetic forum.

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  • Eirikur
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    Age 34, husband of 18 years?

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  • lorakeen
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    Originally posted by BR14 View Post

    ftfy
    why? London cardboard boxes aren't that big of a deal

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  • BR14
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    owning a + £1M house.

    I've counted my privileges, and concluded I'm a boastful, pompous tosser.
    ftfy

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  • BigDataPro
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    No. That's just you, because you're very very sad.

    I feel no guilt whatsoever donating or not donating to any charity or "charity".
    I've never had guilt about my body appearance ever. Much to the despair of my wife.
    Now I'm older I don't feel the least bit of guilt about being wealthy and owning a + £1M house.

    I've counted my privileges, and concluded I'm amazing.
    I wasn't referring to you or anyone. Apologies if it sounded that way. Likely caused by my non-native tongue. Was alluding to a probable pattern, that's all.

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Good morning d000hg this is General - have you two met?
    There's normally some sort of tangential link.

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by BigDataPro View Post
    - Rich people are made to feel guilty if they don't donate to (so called) charities.
    - Younger generation are made to feel guilty if their body don't appear certain way.
    - Older generation are made to feel guilty if they haven't accumulated wealth
    No. That's just you, because you're very very sad.

    I feel no guilt whatsoever donating or not donating to any charity or "charity".
    I've never had guilt about my body appearance ever. Much to the despair of my wife.
    Now I'm older I don't feel the least bit of guilt about being wealthy and owning a + £1M house.

    I've counted my privileges, and concluded I'm amazing.

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