Facebook-Divorce Style

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    Facebook is being cited in almost one in five of online divorce petitions,
    lawyers have claimed.









    Suspicious spouses have also used the websites to find evidence of flirting and even affairs which have led to divorce.




    The social networking site, which connects old friends and allows users to
    make new ones online, is being blamed for an increasing number of marital
    breakdowns.


    Divorce lawyers claim the explosion in the popularity of websites such as
    Facebook and Bebo is tempting to people to cheat on their partners.



    Suspicious spouses have also used the websites to find evidence of flirting
    and even affairs which have led to divorce.


    One law firm, which specialises in divorce, claimed almost one in five
    petitions they processed cited Facebook.




    Facebook 'sex chats' blamed for one in five divorces | Mail Online
     
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    Someone cheat on you recently or what ? :lol:
     
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    Hmm I just saw a new (to me) show on TV last night called "Manswers". the subject last night seemed to be how to pick up hookers and not get busted.
     
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    Not on me, but.....................
     
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    ahhhhh damn--I miss out on all the good trashy stuff. :(
     
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    In this day and age of "LifeLock" and other identity protection services, why would anyone want to willfully put so much about ones self on the internet on these websites? When you should be trying to keep your personal information hidden, all these millions of people are helping the identity thieves by doling out so much about themselves for all the world to see. You have to be an idiot.
     

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