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madmusicltd

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I just deactivated my FB account, apparently I have not been responsible with who I have been friending. My wife (who is always pissed at me) claims I have disgraced her and our family by friending some unknown (to me) busty bikini wearing woman who love to post selfies often (FB suggested them as friends?). So I admit I knew it was kinda wrong, but I guess I didn't care at the time (I may have been a bit passive aggressive on my part). I did not have any sort of block on, so I guess FB was alerting my wife of my "likes" (really?, so what). So, she's trying to use this against me as she claims this is betrayal, and that I humiliated her. Guess she has screen shots saved of my questionable friends? (for what?) I do not communicate with anyone on FB (its her hobby) I just kinda did it for amusement, and I told her she is blowing this out of proportion? so was I really that out of line, I do not question who her FB friends are, she claims everyone can see my actions and I have humiliated her? She thinks they are my girlfriends... WTF
 

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FB isn't the problem here..

You brought all this upon yourself, sure she may be overreacting but it's hard to feel too sorry for ya.

There's pictures of ladies in bikini's all over the Internet (some even without the bikini :O). You made your bed, as the saying goes.
 

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These are the kind of things that newbie FB users go through...I have an account but deleted the app, I got tired of it, I don't like how you log in and it shows you a "memory", that's how they get you! ...seriously though you should have seen it coming.
 

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I just deactivated my FB account, apparently I have not been responsible with who I have been friending. My wife (who is always pissed at me) claims I have disgraced her and our family by friending some unknown (to me) busty bikini wearing woman who love to post selfies often (FB suggested them as friends?). So I admit I knew it was kinda wrong, but I guess I didn't care at the time (I may have been a bit passive aggressive on my part). I did not have any sort of block on, so I guess FB was alerting my wife of my "likes" (really?, so what). So, she's trying to use this against me as she claims this is betrayal, and that I humiliated her. Guess she has screen shots saved of my questionable friends? (for what?) I do not communicate with anyone on FB (its her hobby) I just kinda did it for amusement, and I told her she is blowing this out of proportion? so was I really that out of line, I do not question who her FB friends are, she claims everyone can see my actions and I have humiliated her? She thinks they are my girlfriends... WTF

What I've highlighted in bold... you clearly knew what you were doing and didn't care of the possible consequences. Now those consequences have risen and you want others to justify it for you.

Hmmm nope, not by me anyway. You have already said multiple times on here, of your troubles, yet you have kind of added to it now, rather than making things easier for yourself.
 

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Man, a lot of guys get themselves into these situations with Facebook. I don't do Facebook, not interested one bit. Be careful, do the right thing here.
 

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You need to eat this one. Beg for forgiveness and hope you get it. There's not a negative number out there big enough to rate your chances of winning this one. Take the loss.
And quit facebook. A high school friend asked me to look him up on Facebook. I simply replied "I haven't spoken to you in nearly 20 years, apparently we just weren't that tight man." To each his own, but I can't see anyone giving a crap about my day to day or me giving a crap about theirs.
 

Dun Ringill

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Sounds like you've dug a hole for yourself. Like words, actions once having been committed cannot be taken back, unfortunately.
 

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You screwed the pooch on this one dude. Is your wife overreacting? We can't really say not knowing you all more intimately than would be advisable on an open forum lol. I would say this though as a non Facebook using luddite, pretty much anything you do or say on there is open to your contacts, wife, mutual friends, kids friends parents, etc.

She may be making nothing into something, but just as easily you might have really embarrassed her which is probably worse than the fact that you look at bikini girls. Most well adjusted mature women I've know didn't give a hoot about porn beyond a few who were into it and a few who thought it was comical in it's own way, boyish maybe, IDK.


I would try to get to the core of the problem, and address it as best you can ASAP.
 

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Well, what is your search history like?

the requests from half naked women dont come there just like that right? :p
 

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Just remember for those who do not have their settings set a certain way for privacy on FB..

Everything you "like" is on everyone's FB feed, unless they have set it to choosing not to see anyone's likes.
That means, probably nearly everyone on your friends list saw what you liked on "their" feed. The picture of those girls included. Any minors on your friends list would have seen it too.

Nothing is private unless you make it so.
 

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