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  • someone wrote me this email on myspace, i think it was someone from AB....though i dont know who. I don't know why someone would do that. I get along well with everyone and never try to hurt other people's feelings. I've noticed that when i don't personally know people they seem to want to attack me by saying i'm a fake person because i have breast implants. "Basically you must have fake tits, you look fat in a lot of your photos, especially of the wedding you went to. Stop being so conceited, i have no idea what your boyfriend is thinking being with some snobby litttle bitch like you. I would love to meet him just to kick his ass. You suck!!! Get a life, and take out your fake tits, they look horrible." This lady wote me this I read something that you wrote on the answer bag. Do you have a brain in your head? You are a fucking idiot. Instead of spending money on you fake tits, you should have had an education. How much pot do you smoke? Tell me this....how could Dr. Seuss boggle your mind and keep you wondering. Girl....get a grip.
  • WTF. Are you kidding? What an asshole, I can say that on here right? How would someone from here get your myspace info?
  • This moron is a loser, so don't let it eat you up. There are plenty of nasty people who say things only to rile others up, or make themselves feel better. It's sad, really, that someone can be so bitter. Since you don't know who it is, I'd say that it most likely not personal, and therefore warrants no attention. Leave them to their sad, little world.
  • No. But this is not the first time this has happened to an ABer and I am sorry that it happened to you. Clearly somebody has nothing better to do than degrade others. . .perhaps to make themselves feel better. Who knows? I am sorry. If I am not mistaken this sounds very similar to another AB hate letter I am aware of. . .that concerns me. UPDATED: I just saw this update. Wow! Not nice. Why does anyone care what YOU look like or do with your life? Seriously, find some new hobbies folks.
  • I would never listin to that bad stuff from other's, cause then all it could be accomplishing is hurting myself and putting more negativity in my head.
  • you just need to ignore it! people can be so mean and hurtful... but you must remember that most people are mean because they are jealous! nobody has a right to make you feel like that... weather you have implants or not
  • WTF? some people are so rude. they need to keep it to themselves. I wish I was as fat as you! lol blow them off!
  • Awww! SaraSmile, don't let an insecure individual make you feel less than about yourself. Clearly this person comes from a place of fear and insecurity, and feels threatened by your beauty. You are a gorgeous young woman, and that makes other young women feel threatened. Blow it off. It doesn't reduce how other AB'ers feel about you. Really.
  • That is a horrible thing to do. I feel sorry for you being attacked by someone who has to belittle others to feel better about themselves. My stepdaughter had problems with people making fun of her chest size (38GG) untill she has surgery. Teen girls can be very mean. That is one poor excuse for a person who is not representitive of the rest of us. Ignore them.
  • Why don't you have a look at the email headers, and see where the email origniated from? If you don't know how to do it, find someone who can. You'll be able to trace the ISP and time the email was sent. If you wanted to inform the isp, they may kick him/her off. Isp's frown on things like that. There's no such thing as anonimity on the net.
  • That stinks Sara! :o( Feel free to smack that person around as soon as you find out who it is. ;o)
  • thats disgusting !! People can be such jerks!!! Ignore it !!
  • Sara, don't feel bad. Your sadness is like chocolate to trolls. Anyway, It's probably just someone jealous of how well-liked you are, and the person is too much of a coward to say it to your face so they remain anonymous.
  • Sara; What a jerk. If he (or she) needed to write that it shows only that he/she feels inferior to you. Keep smiling. Have a ball. And remember this: it's not your body that makes you great--it's your character, your nature, your mind.
  • AAAAwwwwww!!! SaraSara!! You are super awesome!! What a complete degenerate!!! I got your back Darling! Don't you worry about those jerkoffs!
  • LOL....I can stretch and sorta-kinda see where they were coming from....but even as insensitive, agnostic, protagonistic, and argumentative as I can get...I don't think they have any basis. Don't let them succeed in hurting you. FWIW, I really liked the B&W rose-sniffing pic better. It had more class and would have prevented the doofus-comment that you apparently (temporarily I hope??) took offense to. *shrug*....you're fine as-is. Don't let some random myspace comment get ya down....sheesh...somebody will always hate you, me, and everyone else w/ more than one post someplace...especially if they're generally accepted in the community and even moreso if they post a pretty pic or three. Don't let it get to you.
  • Yeah. I actually have. Facebook users who abuse the Honesty Box application.....
  • Sounds like someone is jealous. Don't trip on that. Don't make me call my cousin Philly Fingers. Hey someone once called me a zitfaced jackoff on here and then quickly unsubscribed like a pussy. Dollars to doughnuts it would be a different situation if they were face to face with me. (Great. Now I'm pissed.) LOL!
  • This happened where I live. They are making new on internet harrasment laws. MySpace agrees to try to protect children; some are skeptical By Michael Sorkin ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 01/15/2008 MySpace, the enormously popular social networking website, agreed Monday to make it harder for adults to victimize children on its site. Missouri and Illinois are two of 49 states investigating the operation after disclosures that thousands of sex predators were using it. Under a settlement with state attorneys general, MySpace will develop an e-mail registry to let parents prohibit their children from creating profiles on the network. For youths 16 or 17 years old, the registry would make their default profile settings "private" so that only people they know can contact them. MySpace will form a task force with other social networking sites, law enforcement and child protection advocates to look for ways to verify online identifications and ages. Advertisement A spokesman for Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon called that an effort to try to protect children like Megan Meier and others under age 14. Megan, 13, hanged herself in her Dardenne Prairie home in October 2006. Her parents later learned that in the days before her death, Megan had received taunting messages from a fake MySpace account. Some parents and others were skeptical about the MySpace agreement. Wendy Jackson, a parent in St. Peters, said the average 13-year-old would have little trouble registering a new e-mail address to create a new identity. "If they are like my daughter, about five minutes," Jackson said. "Unfortunately, anyone can set up an account without any verification whatsoever." In Texas, which was the lone holdout, Attorney General Greg Abbott called the agreement smoke and mirrors without a working age verification system. MySpace's agreement with the rest of the attorneys general calls for the site to implement 60 new features and design changes aimed at protecting children. Among them: — Members under age 18 will be "locked" into the age they provide at sign-up. — Users under 18 can block users over 18 from contacting them or viewing their profile. — Users over 18 will be limited to search in the school section only for high school students graduating in the current or upcoming year. — Users over 18 cannot browse for users under 18. MySpace agreed to respond within 72 hours to complaints of inappropriate content. The company also agreed to commit more staff and resources to review and classify photographs and discussion groups. MySpace is to create and lead an Internet Safety Technical Task Force to develop age and identity verification tools for it and other social networking sites. The task force is to report to the attorneys general every three months and issue findings and recommendations at year's end. Jonathan Turner, chairman of the computer science and engineering department at Washington University, said the MySpace settlement includes changes that can be useful in stopping some instances of harassment of children. "They're obviously not foolproof," he said, "since an underage person could certainly get a MySpace account under an assumed name and claim that they are 21, circumventing the protections. Still, for the vast majority of children, the steps can make a difference." Laura Brown Scott, of Florissant, worries about her son, Hunter, 8, someday getting a MySpace account. "While I use my account very safely and talk only to people I already know and I keep my stuff private," Scott said, "the thought of Hunter getting an account later really bothers me." In Illinois, a spokeswoman for Attorney General Lisa Madigan said she didn't know of any "foolproof technology that verifies age of a poster." Madigan said convicted sex predators in her state had created 2,290 member profiles on MySpace. In May and June, Madigan said, 788 offenders logged on to their MySpace profiles 113,730 times. One offender accessed his profile 813 times in two months — 679 times in March alone. Madigan says MySpace has deleted profiles of known sex offenders.
  • I just want to state for the record, that I did not do this, nor would I do this. Just in case anyone wondered.
  • Anything that I've unintentionally done to hurt someone(Sara)or anyone else has done to hurt me was certainly unintentional. As for intentionally hurting me? I would have to say that it wouldn't really bother me if it was a user that no one even knew, but if it was a user that everybody knew and I liked, it would hurt me tremendously.
  • You did not allow that intentionally. It just happened and you are not even bearing it; you have reported the same here for a clue. In my life, I have allowed many persons to hurt my feelings or ill-treat me. I have never given the details to anyone. The law of cause and effect is known in philosophical texts also. There is a very specific law in science. "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction". If you write it in English, it becomes Newton's Law. If you write it in Sanskrit, it becomes Law of Karma. http://www.search.com/search?q=karma If I am not guilty of what happened, they will face the consequences. I won't even verify that. My Karma will take care of it.
  • aiye, i dont know why people add other people who they dont "really" know, but either way, you can always choose to block her and ignore her for the rest of your life. Seriously, if she has to write you nasty stuff, then she must have alot of time to do other things. Either way, you shouldnt let that get to you. Not everyone you meet in life will be "nice" to you even though you didnt do any wrong to them. Best advice is, ignore it. I dont see why she thinks getting breast implants is wrong. She could be some religious radicalist. iono
  • All right. I've gotta get mine in. I DIDN'T DO IT!!! And the answer to your question is no. But I did use a fake email address once to tell a perspective employer that they didn't pay their employees enough and advertising their wages made them look cheap.
  • I have had someone do this and I had to tell th person what i thought because it bothered me.
  • You have more names than Puff Daddy... Going out of their way to say all that to who is basically a stranger means they have issues, that's all. That's always the case with these kinds of things.
  • Sara, she's just jealous and she's a hater......just ignore her and don't give her the pleasure of bothering you, babieeeeeeeeeeeeee.
  • You're going to come across people like this all the time. You can't let this kind of stuff get to you. These people only put other people down because they don't have the balls to stick up for themselves personally. If one of your friends does this to you then you have to say screw you you're not my friend anymore. Why should you be friends with someone who treats like crap?
  • People can only hurt you If YOU allow them to. I'm not one to judge, but by the pictures you posted on your profile here on AB, you appear to be obsessed or at least overly preoccupied with looks. You invite comments about your breats by posting pics of your cleavage. Not everyone feels or thinks the same as you. When someone isn't impressed by your "endowments" and has something negative to say instead of what you WANT to hear (which I assume is "wow you're beautiful") you get your feelings hurt. If you're so overly sensitive, don't post those kinds of pictures. If you are going to post similar pictures, get a tougher skin. There are worse things by far that people can and will say to you. I'm a natural 36 DD and have been since high school. I know first hand the kinds of comments people have, and I've never let it bother me. I just chalk it up to jealousy and insecurity that people make those kinds of comments.
  • Looks like she could use some type of education! That looks like what it is... Jealousy
  • I think it's very wrong for someone that doesn't know you, to try to deliberately upset you, and hurt your feelings. I think people should at least spend some time getting to know the kind of person that you are, before they make decisions whether they like you or not. Not make cruel judgements about you, just because they don't like the way you look.
  • SaraMonster, please don't let this get to you. I think you look great. If your breasts aren't natural, they're your business. If people feel you're presenting them for the world to see, then if they don't like them, they can stop looking. Haters need to get a grip and just move along. Don't insult people and don't dr people for having different opinions. It's our differences that make us special and valuable.
  • They sure do commit a lot on your breast. Jealous?
  • Yes I have many times. Im a mom and 45 years old. The longer you live, the more pain you suffer. Ive had everything from somoene breaking my jaw, to catching my boyfriend in bed wiht another girl, to betrayal by friends, to fellow employees trying to set me up for something i didnt do and on and on and on. ive been bullied and people have made up lies about me. The list goes on and on. But Ive also had a lot of good things happen to. Heres my advice to you. Find a good church, make friends with good people. Avoid bad people. You cant control them. If they break the law, you can call the police. No one has the right to even touch you (this is ASSAULT!) File and press charges. Even if a boyfriend grabs you or pushes you. You have rights. While at the same time, pray for peace. Ask God to live in your heart and remember that Jesus was hurt by people and he was perfect! Try to surround yourself with Good people, GIVERS, not TAKERS. Once someone shows you they cannot be trusted, dont have anything to do with them. Focus on the GOOD in the world, Not the bad. What you think about will consume you. Listen to positive good Music. Christian music is perfect for this. Toby Mac, Casting Crowns, etc. KLOVE radio station is everywhere and those songs can lift you up and are positive. Learn to do one thing really well. Sports, or academics, or whatever and enjoy doing it. For me its photography and I have 3 degrees in it and have a STUDIO and love what I do. Life is full of ups and downs, thats why its good to have a Church home of good people. Play sports, or exercise, they relieve stress and make you stronger and more confident. Life can be great. Stay away from the evil people and run to the good ones. I hope this helps. Remember that there are mean people out there and just avoid them. You are a child of God and worthy of so much more. Someday when you go to your 10 year high school reunion, and you are happy and successful they will be sorry. Or not, it doesnt matter, because they are miserable people. If they cross and break the law, prosecute them, before they can do it to someone else. tell an adult, or teacher,or pastor. Love yourself. Okay, thats all for now. Best of luck to you! Im sorry you went through something this painful. Its Their loss.

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