How to Ruin Your Life In 14 Minutes on Facebook

23 Feb

We all have those moments of impulsiveness when we do things we regret later. The moment of bad temper that passes as quickly as it came, the extra bar of chocolate when no-ones looking or the discreet smirk when someone says something ridiculous. The good thing is that, generally, no-one else finds out about it.

But, when it comes to Facebook and the ‘stuff’ we post, be it bad photographs, a vile rant, or saying what we think about someone, despite our best efforts, everyone out there gets to know. And it’s not only Facebook, what about a Youtube video you later regret? They don’t go away. They are there, not just for the rest of your life, but for the rest of eternity.

Check out what happened to 2 two teenage girls who posted a Youtube video and how to ensure it doesn’t happen to you.

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