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Woman humiliated after dad accidentally posts something very rude on her Facebook page
By Mirror | Updated Sep 10, 2018 at 10:06 EAT
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Dad posts something very rude daughter's Facebook
SUMMARY

Facebook is a brilliant way of keeping our parents up to date with what we're doing without having to call them every single day

They can look through our photos, watch our videos and check we've been behaving in just a few clicks

Facebook is a brilliant way of keeping our parents up to date with what we're doing without having to call them every single day.

They can look through our photos, watch our videos and check we've been behaving in just a few clicks.

But one woman is probably regretting showing her dad how to use the social network after he accidentally posted something very rude on her wall.

She has no idea what to do, and is dreading the next time she sees him.

She believes he's accidentally copy and pasted his recent Google search and posted it on her page, as the message read 'classic vintage porn UK'.

Oh dear...

She didn't notice it at first, and he's since deleted the message.

Desperate for advice, she shared the story on the parenting website Netmums .

She wrote: "Earlier today I posted something on fb [Facbeook], not long ago I received a notification (my dad had commented) so I opened it straight away.

"The comment didn't make sense to me but my dad often uses phrases that I've not heard before, as i was in the middle of doing something, I just quickly read it & then closed the app.

"After I was finished doing what I was doing, I went back to read the comment properly. I am pretty sure that my dad has accidentally posted his Google search to my fb instead.

"Feeling a little awkward. I'm seeing him next week & it's probably going to be a bit embarrassing now. Not sure what to do, others have probably seen it now too."

One user suggested he had just been hacked, but the woman doesn't believe that's the case.

In a later comment she wrote: "I thought that at first but whenever I've had friends who's account has been hacked it's usually a message or comment made with a link attached.

"I sent him a '?? Something wrong with your account?' message & I've literally just checked my fb page & he has deleted the comment.

"He hasn't replied to my message which makes me think that it was him who accidentally did it."

So, so awkward...

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