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xyz823
04-01-2010, 03:20 PM
A cautionary tale of the perils of social networking site Facebook has emerged from America after a teenage boy took revenge on his older sister, who had told their parents he was stashing booze in his bedroom.

Chris (surname deleted) rummaged through his sister Katie's bedroom and found her "hook-up list", which he then published on Facebook.

Predictably, the posting went viral. The list detailed the nature of Katie's sexual trysts, and there was even a clear favourite: "10, Brett - God! I will do anything he wants, I will be everything he wants. SOOO HOT!"

When news of Chris's stunt broke, his sister jumped straight on Facebook: "TAKE THIS DOWN NOW! WHAT THE **** IS WRONG WITH YOU?!?!?!"

Chris, however, was unrepentant, responding, "What are you going to do? Tell mum and dad I uploaded your ****-sucking list on Facebook?"

The last two postings saw Katie urging her brother to pick up the phone and Chris continuing to taunt her.

Photo (http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p64/_stormbringer_/xfcbhf.jpg)

somebody
04-01-2010, 03:31 PM
Not really technology's fault - before Facebook, I'm sure kids would have pinned such lists on public noticeboards and similar.

xyz823
04-01-2010, 03:33 PM
Not really technology's fault - before Facebook, I'm sure kids would have pinned such lists on public noticeboards and similar.

But it became viral so much faster. I don't think something like that pinned on a noticeboard would make stuff.co.nz as news.

somebody
04-01-2010, 03:41 PM
But it became viral so much faster. I don't think something like that pinned on a noticeboard would make stuff.co.nz as news.

Fair enough. I wonder why this particular case got news coverage - surely this sort of thing would happen all the time?

--Wolf--
04-01-2010, 04:00 PM
Maybe because the list was such good comedy.