Spam messages purporting to show tiresome teen warbler Justin Bieber with a woody are actually a lure for a new survey scam on Facebook. The malicious status updates pose as links showing the Canadian singer sprouting an erection during an interview. Prospective marks are invited to click on a link, supposedly in order to watch …
Earn a compassion?
Interesting choice of word. I think it's the Bieber fans that deserve compassion, like the poor and the disabled.
Girls don't get boners!
You Sir have just made my day.
The title of the above article
tells you everything you need to know about the Interweb.
"The linked page claims to be a Facebook verified app in an attempt to further hoodwink Bieber's young female fanbase, the most obvious target audience for the scam."
I would have thought that it was more likely to be his male fans that would be interested in that sort of thing?
Slow News Day
I love stuff like this. Where else can you get such comedy, about such meaningless crap, written as actual news ... for free. I mean really, the internet is full of so much comedy, pathetic like this as well as actual humor, who would ever look elsewhere for entertainment. And listening to the idiots who actually fall for this is just an added dimension of the particular style of comedic art.
A Bieber Boner, An Online Scam, Facebook. The only thing missing was malware targeting the users Ipad and I would have died laughing
...exactly how does a girl get a boner?
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