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Has Facebook killed the lounge??

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Its not Facebook. Its the Huddle l33t forum. thats where everyone is...well, the Huddle L33t that is.

The first rule of the Huddle l33t is that you are not allowed to type about the Huddle leet!

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The first rule of the Huddle l33t is that you are not allowed to type about the Huddle leet!

Im not in the Huddle L33t:rolleyes:

I just figured it out a while back.

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My parents signed up for facebook.

I rarely use it now.

lol

I blocked my mother and my aunt from adding me.....am I going to hell?

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Yes. But what does that have to do with facebook?

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My mom doesn't even know how to use a cordless phone. I think I'm safe.

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My parents signed up for facebook.

I rarely use it now.

lol

haha same happened to me...

dont go near it

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ever since they took pron out of the lounge....

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Any email that comes from Facebook telling me someone's written on my wall or befriended me automatically goes into the Spam folder.

You folded like a cheap suit didn't you?

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It was only for getting a job! Honest!!

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It was only for getting a job! Honest!!

Yeah, right!

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:lol:....that is terrible.

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