Please read this.

Chapter 1

by: Velka
I don't even know where to start... okay, well, first of all, next time you get a friend request, perhaps ask the person how they found you. I know they'll probably say something like "Oh, I was just browsing a friend's friend list and saw you," and in most cases that's probably true.

But have you ever wondered how someone finds you if you're their first friend? I know this doesn't seem like much of a coincidence, but what if they conveniently have all the same interests as you? Yes, how very convenient...

If you don't know what I'm saying, I'm saying: What if these people are the same person that you met previously with a whole other identity? What if their photos are fake (assuming they have photos of "themselves" up). But wait. What if they're taking these photos not from the Internet - they don't want to get caught - but instead, taking them from a friend's Facebook profile (or other similar social website)?

I don't care how unlikely it sounds, I think it happens more often than we care to let on.

Now, I'm the type of person that questions everything. And I mean everything. Even reality. So why wouldn't there be people taking Facebook photos and claiming that it's them? You can't find those pictures anywhere on the Internet except for Facebook, and what are the chances that people on Quibblo are going to know the person whose pictures are being stolen, let alone be friends with them?

It's a very small chance, and thus, people can easily get away with taking those pictures.

So, in short, what if these people are using Facebook photos and claiming it's them, but they've already met you on a previous account so they know all your interests? Study up a little bit on the stuff you like and bam. Okay, that was corny, but you get it.

I hope that this has opened some eyes because I'd hate to be the only one suspecting these things.

Thanks for reading.


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