I posted this on my Facebook timeline this week. My friends enjoyed it so much. I thought I would share.

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Each day on Facebook, I get a friend request from some bimbo prostitute wanting me to click on her porn website. Each day I engage the [Block a Bimbo] setting and move along. Thankfully, we did not have Facebook when I was in my twenties!

10 thoughts on “Block a Bimbo [From Facebook]

      1. Ahhhhhhh! Wow, that’s terrible! Like everything else, social media is what we make of it. It can be something terribly negative, or a platform for greatness. Unfortunately, I see an overwhelming amount of negativity these days. Particularly surrounding the upcoming election. ☹️

        Thank you, Holly. It’s always great to hear from you.

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  1. My husband often gets it too. He often wondered in the beginning what they wanted but lately he only rants much extra job it is to decline their friend request. I guess instead of blocking ignoring them was effective for him. They’ve greatly decreased for hin 🙂

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    1. Like most scams and frauds, they do it because it works. I’ve had friend requests from fake profiles as well. Profiles with pics of women who are not likely the true account holder. Those are dangerous, and usually after personal information.

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