Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Today's Most Annoying Facebook Thing: Disney Secrets

Posted By on Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 5:00 PM

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My Facebook news feed has informed me several times today that friends have joined a group called "97% of People Have Never Seen Disney's Most Shocking Hidden Message". At first, I was happy to ignore it and assume it was one of those "the clouds in the background spell out a dirty word" things. But as more and more people joined I figured I'd just take a look. That was stupid.

First, I was told to become a fan of the page. Then I could move on to Step 2. Seriously? Why not ask for my credit card number?

Turns out this group is some stupid scam that makes you fill out a survey and spam your friends so you can visit virus-spreading websites. (The fake comment stream on the side gives it away.) Seriously, the Internet is stupid today.

If you want to see disturbing Disney stuff, you should have just asked us.

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