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    (Original post by amiejade-x)
    oh rly? so you can do that for individual people? :holmes:
    Oh yeah, you can do it for individuals as well, it's pretty flexible in terms of blocking people out from certain things ;P :bl::bunny::clap2::dance::cyber:
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    My parents are on facebook, and we're friends on it. I don't really care what they see. The latest instance

    Mum: I have seen a very dirty photograph of you on here I am going to tell the facebook man about you !!!!!!! ----- from your shocked mother. Naughty girl.

    Dad: for once I agree with your mother and I have not even seen the picture

    And they've been divorced for years and years :lol:

    I guess me being 19 and living away from home changes things.
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    (Original post by LW5x01)
    Oh yeah, you can do it for individuals as well, it's pretty flexible in terms of blocking people out from certain things ;P :bl::bunny::clap2::dance::cyber:
    i like this concept
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    (Original post by TimD)
    If you don't like your parents on facebook why have them as 'friends'? I'd never accept my parents on facebook, and all the family I do have is in a group with different privacy settings so they actually still can't see anything even though they're friends with me, which I don't think they've noticed yet... :P

    Though even that feels too much for me, I'm very tempted to remove them completely. Then again, I'm not actually friends (as in proper mates/pals etc) with any of my family and don't socialise with them. I have an extremely strict separation between family life and social life and rarely let them cross.
    I'm actually not too bothered by it, but only because my parents aren't that strict if they were like most people's parents there'd be NO way they get added as friends! Ha ha
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    (Original post by amiejade-x)
    my parents stalk my profile ¬_¬ my mum practically comments on everything i do it's soooooooo annoying :nooo:
    i feel like i can't talk about certain stuff on there with my friends as they will just go ape **** at me for it, i swear they still see me as an innocent little girl whose never done anything wrong or "bad" :rolleyes: tbh that idea will go wayyyyyyyyyyy out the window if they knew about some of the stuff thats happened :mmm:
    basically, you're a ****
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    (Original post by ucasisannoying)
    basically, you're a ****
    no, not really, i wouldn't announce to the facebook world that i got off with 50 odd guys in a night even if i did :sly:

    when they saw photos of me dancing in a club on fb, they couldn't believe it, they half expect me to be standing quietly in the corner :rofl2: what i'm saying is they still see me as a quiet shy child, and i'm obviously not, theres just some stuff that they are better off not knowing if photos of me dancing in a club shocked them :rolleyes:
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    They did not 'hack' your facebook. They did not OPHCrack into your facebook or anything like that. YOU were careless and either set an obvious password, clicked 'remember me' on a shared computer, or allowed them to see you typing the password in. You've nobody to blame but yourself. Tell them they were bang out of order and if they ever invade your privacy again you will be moving out and they will not be welcome under your roof.
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    Speak to them about it but I am afraid you are in their house, so if speaking to them fails then you may have to try and move out.
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    (Original post by JohnC2211)
    They did not 'hack' your facebook. They did not OPHCrack into your facebook or anything like that. YOU were careless and either set an obvious password, clicked 'remember me' on a shared computer, or allowed them to see you typing the password in. You've nobody to blame but yourself. Tell them they were bang out of order and if they ever invade your privacy again you will be moving out and they will not be welcome under your roof.

    As far as i knew it was a password they wouldnt guess. Its remembered on my area of a main computer i havent used in years, plus they would have had to have guessed my area password also .
    I'd say the only thing im to blame for , is trusting my parents in the first place not to ever invade my privacy , they've completely lost my trust now
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    This is why I don't have facebook anymore.
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    I love it when my Mum tells me not to swear on facebook.

    :mmm:

    Tbh OP it is your parent's house and they can insist you abide by their rules. Have a long chat with them and if they can't ease the pressure on you then you can always move out and be independent.
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    At least they didn't frape you :sigh:
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    (Original post by amiejade-x)
    i swear they still see me as an innocent little girl whose never done anything wrong or "bad" :rolleyes:
    yeah when really you're a ****ing filthly little slut. :rolleyes:

    neg me babies!
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    (Original post by RELAXED)
    yeah when really you're a ****ing filthly little slut. :rolleyes:

    neg me babies!
    i'm not though :erm:
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    (Original post by amiejade-x)
    i'm not though :erm:
    BLEH!!! You suck at arguments.

    Carry on thread.
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    My dad did it a few months ago and saw 'messages' :/
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    (Original post by Mittalmar)
    Tell to them **** off... you are an adult and as long as you behave like one you are entitled to be treated so.
    People like you **** me off. They're your parents at the end of the day and they want you to do what they feel is best for you. Atleast show some respect!! You are where what you are because of your parents..
    Im so unfortunate 2 lose my mother this early in life. but people like you boil me up. Show some ****ing respect m8!!
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    You're 18 not 8, tell them to take a flying ****
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    (Original post by 000015080)
    People like you **** me off. They're your parents at the end of the day and they want you to do what they feel is best for you. Atleast show some respect!! You are where what you are because of your parents..
    Im so unfortunate 2 lose my mother this early in life. but people like you boil me up. Show some ****ing respect m8!!
    Nobody cares!
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    (Original post by Law123mus)
    Nobody cares!
    I do and am sure quite alot of other people do too :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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