You gotta be careful with the stuff you see on Facebook, and I'm here to help you identify what's real and what's fake. THIS is a FAKE!
This ad supposedly from Whataburger advertising a "Dollar Burger Day" at its locations is actually not true after patrons began to flood the restaurants Facebook page asking if it was real or not...
As you have probably seen on Facebook, there was a post going around talking about Facebook Privacy stuff. It's all a hoax. However, one good thing that has come out of it are the various parody's of that post. Here's a couple of my faves:
I HEREBY GIVE MY PERMISSION to the Police, CSIS, the FBI and CIA, the RCMP, the Swiss Guard, the Priory of Scion, the inhabitants of Middle Earth, Agents Muld
You've probably seen the video on Social Media about a homeless man pulling out a Square Reader to take a handout, but is it a hoax. There are three sides to every story and the homeless man is ready to tell his.
KFC donated $30,000 after one of its restaurants in Jackson, Mississippi reportedly asked the family of a 3-year-old girl to leave because scars she has from a pit bull attack were frightening other customers. There’s one big problem, though: the whole incident appears never to have happened.
Is this story fact, or fiction? Let's start with the original story. Typically, kids spending inordinate amounts of time on the computer is deemed useless by the majority of people, including myself. This is one of those rare cases in which a kid who decided to veg out on the computer accomplished something incredible. As this kid from Minnesota was looking around on Google Earth, something ca