☞Wasteland Warlock☜ (kingfox) wrote,
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Two vile dirty little things...

First, taken from the wonderful madolan, the meme that cannot be:

LiveJournal questions you won't see answered:

  • Which friends' journals do you actually read?
  • Among your friends list, who is the fairest of them all?
  • Whom have you kissed? Whom have you dreamed of kissing?
  • Who would you delete if you thought you could get away with it?
  • Who keeps an entertaining journal, though you can't abide them in real life? Which friend's journaling style does them a disservice?
  • Do you think your "friend of" list really values you, or are you a virus that's spread?
  • Name the one you like too well but can't admit your admiration for fear of being creepy.
  • You create a friends filter entitled "can see my naked pictures." Whom do you add to it?
  • How do you expect to win new friends, meet new people, or get laid if your journal is friends-only?
  • People who inform you how to manage your own journal: Fiend, foe, evil, Satan, or merely misguided?


Don't answer these questions. Surely you understand...? They will destroy you. But sometimes I want to answer them. Oh, I do. Sometimes I think on these matters and the light in my eyes turns hard and calculating.

Created by madolan, updated by kingfox.

Paste this into your own journal:
<em><b>The meme that cannot be:</b></em><br><br>LiveJournal questions you won't see answered: <br><br><lj-cut text="Things LJers were not meant to know!"><ul><li>Which friends' journals do you actually read? <li>Among your friends list, who is the fairest of them all? <li>Whom have you kissed? Whom have you dreamed of kissing? <li>Who would you delete if you thought you could get away with it? <li>Who keeps an entertaining journal, though you can't abide them in real life? Which friend's journaling style does them a disservice? <li>Do you think your "friend of" list really values you, or are you a virus that's spread? <li>Name the one you like too well but can't admit your admiration for fear of being creepy. <li>You create a friends filter entitled "can see my naked pictures." Whom do you add to it? <li>How do you expect to win new friends, meet new people, or get laid if your journal is friends-only? <li>People who inform you how to manage your own journal: Fiend, foe, evil, Satan, or merely misguided?</ul><br><br> Don't answer these questions. Surely you understand...? They will destroy you. But sometimes I want to answer them. Oh, I do. Sometimes I think on these matters and the light in my eyes turns hard and calculating. <br><br><small>Created by <lj user="madolan">, updated by <lj user="kingfox">.</small></lj-cut>


Second, a quick guide to inducing paranoia on LJ:

kingfox's handy guide to incuding paranoia amongst your LJ friends.

  1. Make references to friends-only posts or posting about things that you haven't posted about.
  2. Create a custom friend group, add and remove people to said group at random, letting them see and then no longer see certain posts.
  3. Let them know that you can use the calendar view to see if someone's posted entries that you don't have access to. Then make a few private entries a little bit later. Once in a while, link to one of the entries.
  4. Create a new account, post a series of entries to the account that have nothing to do with you whatsoever. Reply to a friend with said account, delete the comment, and then post with your usual account. Make no mention of the event, never reply to any inquiries about it.
  5. Post this to your journal.


Created by kingfox.

Paste this into your own journal:
<b><em>A quick guide to inducing paranoia on LJ:</em></b><br><br><lj user="kingfox">'s handy guide to incuding paranoia amongst your LJ friends.<br><br><lj-cut text="How to get them to wear tinfoil hats!"><ol><li>Make references to friends-only posts or posting about things that you haven't posted about. <li>Create a custom friend group, add and remove people to said group at random, letting them see and then no longer see certain posts. <li>Let them know that you can use the calendar view to see if someone's posted entries that you don't have access to. Then make a few private entries a little bit later. Once in a while, link to one of the entries. <li>Create a new account, post a series of entries to the account that have nothing to do with you whatsoever. Reply to a friend with said account, delete the comment, and then post with your usual account. Make no mention of the event, never reply to any inquiries about it. <li>Post this to your journal.</ol><br><br><small>Created by <lj user="kingfox">.</small></lj-cut>


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