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104 years old Woman is forced to lie in Facebook account!

104 years old Woman is forced to lie in Facebook account!

Social community prevents to place her actual birth date. She was once born in 1908, however website trade date to 1928.

The American Marguerite Joseph may also be forgiven for mendacity their age on Facebook. The Reason Being that a girl of 104, according to his granddaughter, cannot post their actual age within the social network, as the system prevents it.

Gail Marlow mentioned that each time she tries to position the birthday of her grandmother, who was born in 1908, Fb robotically adjustments the date to 1928.

Marguerite is totally blind and has problem listening to, however her granddaughter reads and solutions all of her messages on Fb.

Gail advised the TELEVISION station WDIV-TELEVISION that what she will like to look “the true age of his grandmother on Facebook, which is barred from showing because of a machine failure.”Fb has now not but been published about the case to this point




7 Comments to “104 years old Woman is forced to lie in Facebook account!”

  1. Xavier Hawthorne // April 24, 2013 at 02:32 // Reply

    I want to lose some weight without ruining my health. I’m nineteen-years-old, almost 5’4″ and weigh around 104 pounds – I weighed myself three times in the last week and I was 103 once and 104 twice. I want to be at least under 100 pounds (and maintain it), but I don’t want to make myself sick doing so. What is the best way for me to go about doing this?
    @ EddySays I don’t have an eating disorder.

  2. I want to delete my facebook, but I log onto my stumbleupon account using facebook. So should I make an account on stumbleupon and then delete my facebook ? And if I do this, will all my favorites, interest and the things that I’ve liked still be in my account ? pleasse help !

  3. Myspace has everything facebook has and more, like you can change your background on your home and profiles pages, facebook is just plain white

  4. slipknot0129 // May 29, 2013 at 06:04 // Reply

    Facebook is nice to keep in contact with others, but I notice that some people spend many hours updating their statuses and checking in on the lives of others and trying to keep up with the Jones’s so to speak via facebook. In your opinion would you say that facebook takes your focus off of God? Should good christians have facebook accounts? And what purpose does facebook serve to the serious christian.

  5. Does facebook ever delete your account? Would I be able to keep it deactivated for three years and then log in and use it just like I used to? Or is facebook going to delete my account?

  6. Jonathan // June 4, 2013 at 12:44 // Reply

    My facebook isn’t in my twitter connections, I already tried that.

  7. Arminator // June 9, 2013 at 00:48 // Reply

    Facebook: How do you set friends to be able to see only mutual friends?
    Those instructions do not work. Under Privacy settings, I have 3 options: Public, Friends and Custom.

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