Everything in this world has pros and cons, and social media is definitely one of those things.

Sometimes I'm on different social media platforms and really wonder about the things people post. Some stuff I just keep scrolling, but sometimes it's too much and I don't want to be your friend anymore. If you do any of these things, I'm sorry but we can't be friends.

One of those very big things is these kinds of messages below I get on social media. I don't want to get "free" money from you or whatever you think is going to happen. I don't know if it's just me or if everyone is getting them, but they're starting to come more and more lately. The messages look like this:


I don't understand why I get messages like these talking about money. This is just an automatic delete. Sorry, guys.

Or when I get tagged in weird stuff about money and ads. All of these are scams, and I'll never understand why so many people post them and/or comment on them.


I guess I need to be pickier about who I add on Facebook because I get tagged on stuff like this at least once a week and it's gotten old real quick.

For those people commenting, posting or doing stuff like this, please don't send it to me. I really want to know if y'all are all getting weird stuff like this as well. Because it just seems like it is getting worse and worse.


Sometimes I think people get hacked or it's spam but then when I get double messages like above it makes no sense.


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