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Putting the ultrasounds on facebook INSENSITIVE? Lock Rss


Obviously you cant read so i will say it again. DONT REPLY TO MY COMMENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I dont need to justify myself to you or anyone else. But just to put the shame back on you, i got the pic from a target catalogue. Happy now?? Silly cow.

I couldn't care less. Just don't like liars personally, and I guess it just shows how any one can put a randon pic of a baby up, pass it off as their own, and create a whole story. Bit scary really.

You do realise it is a public forum. ANYONE can reply to your posts.

Eve75


I couldn't care less. Just don't like liars personally, and I guess it just shows how any one can put a randon pic of a baby up, pass it off as their own, and create a whole story. Bit scary really.

You do realise it is a public forum. ANYONE can reply to your posts.


hehehe your so entertaining! And obviously VERY thick since you cant read!
So is that your dog on there now supaexcited? Or someone elses from a magazine or online site?

Honestly, I don't mean to have a go at you.... but why would you put someone elses photos on YOUR profile anyway. Just leave it blank. I have to admit that I found it strange that you chose a random baby out of a Target catalogue (as you claim) and posted it as your profile pic and then even went to the point of saying that you got the shirt from Target. Why not say back then that it wasn't your son and was just a random photo? Seems slightly odd to me is all. But each to their own. smile

OKAY - since this has gotten way off topic these are my opinions on the above stuff

- If someone wishes to use a picture that misrepresents themself at the end of the day, thats their choice i could be for a number of reasons ( the shirt was funny on the baby or it was pulling a silly face ) deliberately passing an image off as property that is yours is illegal and theft of intellectual property but really it just makes someone look silly if they get caught out.



- Secondly if you want to have a go at each other do it in private, its childish on both sides quite frankly so both of you GROW UP seriously last time i checked this is a website for people bringing up children - at least theres some sections on how to mange child like behaviour maybe you both should read it sometime .
My photo is really my dog but he died. i just like seeing it.

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I would be more worried if he took photos of the birth and wanted to post them blink



LOL! laugh

So is that your dog on there now supaexcited? Or someone elses from a magazine or online site?




Hehehehehe i guess you will never know......... smile
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