Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids



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it's back-to-school season and for a lot of you out there that means kids going back to college right the networking website Facebook is a great tool to help you keep in constant contact with you're grown here and here to show us how it all works it's today now zone Imam Gloria BIA oh very good to see you again people heard the term Facebook that we may not know that you can use it to keep tabs on your children's personal lives even when they're far away from home you can you're gonna love this it's so easy all you do is create a profile and search for your son or daughter's name and add them to your list of friends within minutes you can be writing on their wall I write to my son Jeffrey about five or six times per day he must love being able to stay in touch with his mom like it's a great way to remind him to take his psoriasis medication or just to tell him how much I love my little Jeff that is really great I love about Facebook is all the photos that's my favorite part too I look through all of my son Jeffrey's photos every single day now that rested here I can see that he's with this young woman with the low-cut shirt showing a lot of skin they're having a lot of fun it was like that like to have fun now see here with the Facebook feature called tagging I can find out she is Jenny Longman just by scrolling over her that is neat now facebook won't let me see her entire profile but I can get a good enough idea of what she's like just by looking at this trampy picture the other great thing about tagging is that you can see pictures of your kids posted by any of their other friends now see here here's a picture my son at an event entitled Jenny's blazing rager dusk till dawn and here's that young woman jenny Longman again look at that now here's my favorite side of all Twitter it allows you to virtually follow your son or daughters every move you can hear their every thought it's like a dream coming true here's my page you just take a name that's very common and after it you add the year your son or daughter was born and they'll think it's somebody that they graduated with well you can send the messages all day long they won't even complain about it just make sure that you spell everything wrong and swear a lot and sometimes your child will even respond to you that's great it is great because if you're thinking of driving up to your son or daughter's college some night just to watch them through the window you'll know if they're around or not right but take you a lot if your son says he's gonna go off snowboarding for the weekend with someone named Jenny you can send her a message warning her to keep her slut hands off your son unless she wants to find herself in some pretty big trouble right so now the only excuse for not knowing every detail of your child's life is having a life of your own Gloria thank you so much for being with us again and now get your glasses ready because we're gonna interview a war Widow in 3d get those glasses out

33 thoughts on “Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

  1. My daughters are 6 & 2 and this gives me a lot of time to strategize on how I will keep tabs on them. I can post threatening messages on the wall of the guys in their photos and tell them that they need to stay away from them. I'll put a fake profile of a muscular guy with a black belt in martial arts.

  2. "When he says he's gonna go off snowboarding with someone named Jenny, you can send her a message warning her to keep her slut hands off your son unless she wants to find herself in some pretty big trouble".

  3. The mom is just concerned with her son being so far away and on his own for the first time.  She is trying to be a good influence by befriending him as "CoreyS1990".  It's clever really because this way she can help him without him feeling embarrassed that it's his mom.

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