Ok guys, we’ve all been there—Every guy has, at one time or another, come off as a little creepy. The incident usually gets repressed into the deepest, darkest, inaccessible corners of human consciousness. Both parties involved decide to never bring it up again and move on with their lives. That is, unless, you decide to make a permanent record of the incident through the use of Facebook. Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you the first submission into: SHAMED BY FACEBOOK. Background:
My friend Joyce went on a ski trip with a group of people, with some like Paul, who she had not known prior to going. Afterwards, Paul sends a friendly Facebook message to Joyce. A new budding friendship is born.
Ouch. It looks like Paul got served. Rule #1 of the Creeper Handbook: Never give your victim enough time to figure out who you are. A professional creeper is like that guy from Assassin’s Creed—You never get to see his face and he has the ability to immediately blend into the crowd. Unfortunately, for Paul, he went back to the scene of the crime. He’s like one of those really sinister arsonists that sets a building on fire and returns 10 minutes later pretending to be a concerned citizen. It may have worked for you in the past, but you cannot pull a fast one on this girl. She spots you in the crowd and calls you out. Before you know it, your evil deeds are posted on Datingish.Have you ever had an "Is he/she serious right now?" moment while using Facebook? Have you ever been a victim of a Creeper? Are YOU a CREEPER?!If you would like to make your own submission to ‘SHAMED BY FACEBOOK’, please e-mail a screen shot of the message to CreeperSubmit (at) gmail (dot) com with any applicable details that would put it into context. If you’re a girl, your inbox must be filled with these. Don’t be selfish—Share them with us! Unless the person you are trying to shame is me. In that case, let’s just continue pretending it never happened.
Also, if you need help taking a screen shot please ask me (or youtube) how to do it. Thanks!