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Cindy!?

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this totally doesn't deserve its own thread buuuuuutttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

thats ok.

someone named cindy invited me to myspace and you have to have my e-mail to do so. i already have myspace so it wont take me to her's.

is it one of you? im going crazy. things like this keep me from sleeping. ya know.

?:bone: :black: :eek:neye: :tusks:
 
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Using the power of statistics and analysis i would say Cindy is not part of this forum. If that is the case you owe me an ice-cream.
 
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well MAYBE.

*shrug* thought id try
 
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Have you even posted your myspace link on this board in the past?

Could just be a spammer.
 
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I would be careful, if it asks you for you e-mail it may also ask for your password, and that would be that phishing crap that there always going on about thats how people get your passwords. And most people just think oh its a girl named "cindy" maybe she wants my body, lol just kidding but be careful.

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but if they could phish then they couldnt have all of our cool friends lol
 
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see the thing that doesnt make sense is that the email that it got e-mailed to is attached to my real myspace. so... if the person typed it in to find me they would have found me.

so i guess you are right. duh.
haha... hhmm should probably change my password just in case.
 
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... you owe me an ice-cream.
 
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Ice cream sounds good right now!
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Whoa Whoa Whoa if anyone gets ice cream its obviously me, i mean c'mon with out me we would all still be wondering who cindy was.
 

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ice cream - did someone say ice cream. its 90 degrees outside mint chocolate chip ice cream would good about now.
 

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