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This is What Happens When You Leave Your Facebook Logged in





Well, the outcome is hilarious...

#7 Going All crazy

#7 Going All crazy

It is very important to always log out of your Facebook account once you aren't using it or else extremely bad things can happen to you. For instance, even before you know, your s*xual orientation might just change for the world.

#6 Dad Going Crazy

#6 Dad Going Crazy

This is what happens when your dad decides to make your habits public. Dad's public remark can ruin your social image forever you see. Do not take any risks.

Keep reading ahead for more such weird posts.



#5 Father Daughter Love

#5 Father Daughter Love

Whos's who's favorite changes on facebook and depends on who is using the account. Please logout.

#4 An Office Mate

#4 An Office Mate

Office people are worst to mess with. But if a person is not logging out from his Facebook, he is asking for it.



#3 The Cool Dudes

#3 The Cool Dudes

Chuck what these guys wrote on Jasmine's wall, just look at their face. These guys be so cool.

#2 Just A Crappy Story

#2 Just A Crappy Story

This is a very crappy post. I would never want someone to do this on my wall.

#1 The Coolest Cab Driver Ever

#1 The Coolest Cab Driver Ever

Hats off to this cab driver. The evil man in him is what everyone loves the most.





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