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Sassy note from lesbian to nosey neighbour goes viral

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  1. Also, the US uses three-ring binders, and the note was written on three-ring-binder paper.

    1. P.S. Very observant.

    2. Paul,
      If you are British, I have a question. Have most people in Britain also switched to this “print-style” script? This is definitely the case for most in the US.

  2. Hmm, I saw another just a couple of days ago about a a guy overhearing a woman outside his door expressing concern to her friend that she fears coming back late and alone and being attacked by a “big black man”, and he delivered a note in much the same way.

    I see a pattern forming here, and it’s a little suspicious. Who takes the time to write such a note, then photograph it and upload it to Facebook before delivering it? If it’s not them, why would the person want to share it and embarrass themselves?

    These might give people some kind of “feel good” boost for a few minutes, but I’m pretty sure most of them are bullsh*t.

  3. Gutsy! Good for her!

  4. Ha, so I get thumbs down for daring to question the authenticity of things like this? No doubt all those who instantly believe this also click share on the many thousands of spam messages on Facebook too, even though all those are listed on Snopes as being hoaxes dating back as far as 1998.

    It’s a nice little “feel good” story, but there is no way to know whether this is genuine or not. Therefore, is it news?

    I hate to be the one to break this to you, but people create these things all the time, either for attention, for a challenge (to see how viral it goes) or for viral marketing of a website.

    The naivety here is often astounding.

    1. PantoHorse 19 Jan 2014, 4:49pm

      As is the patronising sanctimony.

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