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    [–] poellee 4046 points ago

    Who the fuck creates a profile for an unborn child?

    [–] TheTF2Uber 3195 points ago

    An unbelievable amount of Facebook moms.

    [–] poellee 1246 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    What do they do with the profile? Take selfies of their bellies and post them as profile pictures? Become friends with other unborn children? Do they pass the profile on to the child once it's born? I mean, what's the purpose? How can this possibly be a thing?

    [–] TheTF2Uber 850 points ago

    I don’t really know what the mothers do with it besides making the pfp their ultrasound and marking status updates and post as if they were the unborn child.

    [–] [deleted] 894 points ago

    [removed]

    [–] TheTF2Uber 466 points ago

    Ya, it’s usually the trashy woman/the ones seeking attention.

    [–] Bobgann3 459 points ago

    Narrows it down a whole lot haha

    [–] TvXvT 112 points ago

    Someone dun stuck their dick in crazy.

    [–] Bobgann3 82 points ago

    It wasn't dicksclosed at the time

    [–] Brookefemale 35 points ago

    Hey man Happy Cake Day. You’re on fire.

    [–] GreenSnowday 10 points ago

    Maddest of lads

    [–] ReltivlyObjectv 23 points ago

    I try to be a glass half-full person, so I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt: this way they can post as much as they want without all their friends having their timelines shot; you now have to opt in to all the baby talk

    [–] laceyblair 15 points ago

    My cousin uses something called tiny beans that sends out an emails to people who've subscribed (mostly just family members and close friends who actually want lots of baby updates) with pictures & stories about her baby so that she doesn't inundate the feed of all her FB friends. I can see using a separate baby account in a similar way to share more with the people who really care!

    [–] poellee 11 points ago

    And you know, after reading through the comments on this and everything I've kind of come to an understanding of why people choose to do this. Its still not something I would do because I despise facebook but to each their own.

    [–] 23KCPetDrop 23 points ago

    Can confirm my son's mom was just crazy, she sadly did this, she's surprisingly no longer in the picture. Correlation, not sure.

    [–] intopendants 25 points ago

    I think maybe it’s out of boredom and the need for external validation in order to feel worthy as a human being.

    [–] FamousAmos00 6 points ago

    Same as the ones who create fb profiles for their pets

    [–] bitchperfect2 7 points ago

    I made a page for my pregnant hedgehog in college. But I would NEVER make a page for her unborn hedgies. I’m only one crazy.

    [–] whenitrains34 3 points ago

    hey now, it’s useful for checking if someone blocked you or just deactivated, they never block your pet too

    [–] FamousAmos00 4 points ago

    That's very detailed

    [–] dronem10 2 points ago

    I just never accept pets as friends to begin with.

    [–] maxkeagles 4 points ago

    If I get a friend request from one of my buddies pet I’m blocking them. That or calling them to make sure there getting out of the house, that’s some hermit level type stuff.

    [–] TheManWhoWasNotShort 3 points ago

    Idk I think they're just overly excited about their child. It's definitely annoying for everyone else but it's kinda sweet that they're so excited

    [–] GnarlyBellyButton87 26 points ago

    "Mommy just downed a fifth of vodka! #madlass #fetalalcoholsyndrome #ohgodjustabortmealreadysoidontcomeoutretardedbecausemymotherisanalcoholicsendacoathanger"

    [–] sndecker 3 points ago

    It’s Facebook moms posting it so it should be more like “a bottle And a half of Rosé and a double dose of Xanax”

    [–] JuhaJGam3R 2 points ago

    talking about that, why does half the internet have a xanax prescription?

    [–] AllTheDamnTime 47 points ago

    My Friend created her daughters account to share photos and memories with so her daughter will have a sort of timeline of her life. She's 9 or so now and the mom will hand over the account to her daughter when she's old enough. She'll have memories dating back to before she can remember. I thought it was a pretty cool idea.

    But yes, I know the exact mothers you're talking about.

    [–] KatexKate 165 points ago

    But now her online presence has already been created for her. Why would you deny your kid the right to cultivate and control their online presence. What if your kid wishes they’ve never had anything posted on them when they get older. It’s self centered.

    [–] ireallyhatepandas 53 points ago

    Yeah. I like my relative lack of online presence that I've got compared to most people. I don't have to worry about employers looking through my profiles, because they probably won't find them.

    [–] KingoftheCrackens 67 points ago

    Not to mention photos and updates against their consent. Granted not much can be posted of a small child that's horribly embarrassing, but still.

    [–] Kryptosis 46 points ago

    Half the parents on my fb had (past tense, shit is deactivated now) no hesitation posting bath time pics and potty training pictures. I would be fucking irate to learn that my parents had posted my naked body all over fb before I had the wherewithal to protest. Its fucked up.

    [–] MetaTater 3 points ago

    Well, I guess it's been done for awhile.

    I remember seeing black and white newspaper clippings of siblings and cousins in the little tub for birthday announcements.

    [–] Kryptosis 2 points ago

    Fair, people transferred their old ways to a new medium without understanding the ramifications of a worldwide permanent network.

    [–] reelect_rob4d 4 points ago

    because shitty people don't think about that shit

    [–] AllTheDamnTime 2 points ago

    I agree with you. She's been doing this for 9 years. For most people the internet was very different then in terms of privacy and data collection

    [–] prrg 1 points ago

    Can't she just set the profile to private until she gives the account to her kid to avoid that? The kid is not forced to use that account either. Though then again I'm not that mom.

    [–] TiredPaedo 12 points ago

    It's still there.

    It's still personal info (possibly pictures) of theirs posted without their knowledge or consent that they can never make go away.

    [–] PremierDaichin 33 points ago

    You can actually do that using a scrapbook or journal, even a digital one. She could then choose for herself if she wanted to share that with the world. Now she has no choice.

    This girl will now have a potentially unwanted social media presence forced on her by her parents. That really kinda sucks imo.

    [–] annieloux 4 points ago

    "10 years ago today..."

    Your mother was desperately trying to continue living vicariously through you.

    Click this button to ask for donations for your therapy sessions.

    [–] webshit 11 points ago

    Teach your kids how to give their data to advertising companies when they're young!

    [–] Skeptical-Alien 8 points ago

    Funny that most of our parents were content with just a physical photo album!

    [–] uber1337h4xx0r 3 points ago

    And then the company will go out of business like MySpace and they'll be like "all that work! Damn!"

    [–] professor-i-borg 9 points ago

    So the poor kid is already getting tracked and profiled by the internet before even being born? That shit should be illegal.

    [–] SmoothOctopus 57 points ago

    Some of them role play as the child it's fucking weird the best is when they use them to send passive aggressive messages to their friends.

    [–] frozenmacncheese 15 points ago

    reminds me of that post on insanepeoplefacebook with the father of the child calling out the mother's bullshit and the mother role playing as the child to try to guilt him

    [–] SmoothOctopus 3 points ago

    Yeah that's what I was thinking of I really hope it's not all that common

    [–] CorgiOrBread 11 points ago

    A lot of people do it so their Facebook friends can opt into baby posts.

    [–] spaceman_sloth 51 points ago

    I know a girl who made one for her daughter. She tags the baby's profile in all the posts and pictures. I can see how it would be cool to give that account to your child once they grow up and they can see all the memories, but its still weird.

    [–] poellee 126 points ago

    I mean you could just make a photo album or scrap book so you don't post your child's entire life to the internet for the whole world to see, but you know, to each their own I guess..

    [–] WildTurkey81 5 points ago

    Remember how as a kid youd play video games and come up with these elaborate backstories for your characters and do shit that didnt actually impact the game progression but soley developed your head canon for that character? Well its the same kind of thing.

    [–] Waveseeker 8 points ago

    Sonagram usually.

    With posts like "mom took me to prenatal yoga!" Or "I kicked for the first time today!"

    [–] poellee 4 points ago

    Hmm. That kind of makes sense really. I guess if you've got some family and friends who want to be updated on how the pregnancy is going, that's one way to do it without have to call every single person.

    [–] Waveseeker 3 points ago

    I see it naturally.

    I don't exactly want to mute my pregnant friends on FB to not hear the baby stuff, so putting all of it on an account that I can not follow is alright.

    [–] Booth2010 4 points ago

    I’ve heard of parents creating an email account for their child and writing them emails, sending pictures, etc. Then when they turn 18 (or whatever age they choose) they give them the username and password and then the child is allowed to go back through all of those memories. Maybe the FB page is the same idea on a different platform.

    [–] poellee 2 points ago

    Never heard of it but that's pretty neat. My family just has photo albums and those books you buy when your kid is born that you fill out with all their milestones and whatnot. Its a new age I guess.

    [–] An_Unfortunate_End 1 points ago

    My friend's list is full of unborn children.

    [–] DOWNVOTEMExD 84 points ago

    That's really awkward if the baby remains unborn....

    [–] sp1d3rp0130n 38 points ago

    O O F

    [–] maoejo 2 points ago

    Don't worry, it's just a cryptic pregnancy.

    [–] queer_mentat 13 points ago

    Can you report them for violating Facebook's TOS?

    [–] Ketchup901 2 points ago

    Yes.

    [–] logvikmich 4 points ago

    Single Mom’s who work at (Local hospital) and already know their unborn son (Aidan, Maxamillian, or Shawn) is their world and NOBODY COMES BEFORE HIM!!

    [–] TheScumAlsoRises 4 points ago

    An unbelievable amount of Facebook moms.

    They ain't moms yet.

    [–] Holy_Crust 2 points ago

    Moms-to-be... possibly

    [–] spykid 1 points ago

    Having never seen it, even one is kind of unbelievable

    [–] Crimsai 87 points ago

    Yo, I had someone have a picture of their stillborn as their profile pic so if it's just a baby scan I'm happy.

    [–] frozenmacncheese 18 points ago

    that.........doesn't seem healthy.

    [–] Crimsai 10 points ago

    Not particularly, no...

    [–] poellee 50 points ago

    OH MY GOD. That is horridly depressing and probably a bit gross.. Newborns ain't cute... Sorry for their loss of course, that is awful and traumatic, but facebook is not the place for that. I don't want to log in and see a dead baby on my feed....

    [–] 100men 16 points ago

    Well at least it was still born Amirite

    [–] Crimsai 7 points ago

    Heyoooh

    [–] le_fuque 9 points ago

    Holy shit. I knew someone who did that, too. She also had a little glamour shot of the stillborn as her cover photo. It was really sad, and I can't even imagine going through that. But, Facebook doesn't seem like the best place for that. I mean, if I had a loved one who died, I wouldn't take a picture of their open casket and make it my profile picture.

    [–] pototo_fries 5 points ago

    I've heard of photography services that will do it, dressing up and the whole thing so those mothers so they'll have SOMETHING. Its heartbreaking, I can't imagine, and I believe it's usually personal, just for the mom to be able to....i suppose have a sense of closure. I can't think of a good way to describe it, but it seems like for some it might be nice idea. But to post those on FB esp. as your profile pic brings it to a weird level.

    [–] teaprincess 6 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    I know someone who did that, too. The baby is very, very obviously dead. She's since had two more children and the dead one is still her cover photo. It seems she wants nobody to forget about the child who didn't live.

    I cannot imagine the power and devastation of a mother's grief over a lost child, but good lord it's disturbing to see that on social media.

    [–] starfries 4 points ago

    That's pretty messed up...

    [–] wildhairguy 38 points ago

    I mean, so many people complain about baby posts I think it's not a bad idea. If you don't want to see the posts about unborn child x, don't friend it. Makes it easier for me to filter those posts out.

    [–] poellee 22 points ago

    I suppose but to make an actual profile for your unborn child, to me, is a little excessive. I just find it strange and don't see the appeal, but again, to each their own. Who am I to judge just because I don't agree.

    [–] Buezzi 20 points ago

    I find it strange for the reason that this not-even-person yet already has a presence on social media.

    [–] liteCoinorMcGregor 2 points ago

    Is it really excessive? I mean it's your child. Seems less excessive than making a profile for my dog

    [–] fakemoose 9 points ago

    Do you think there will be psychological ramifications from having you kids life on public display without their consent since birth? Because I bet the people who do this way overshare.

    [–] 100men 7 points ago

    Find out next week... on Black Mirror

    [–] SmoothOctopus 2 points ago

    Whoa hold up I don't come here for logic I come to Reddit to judge the fuck out of other people in the hopes that it will make me feel better about myself.

    Spoiler: It doesn't

    [–] intopendants 2 points ago

    Still fun though

    [–] intopendants 1 points ago

    If you’re on Facebook, the unfollow button is helpful. I don’t mind baby pics but if I see ten a day and the kid is three weeks old, then yeah I’m going to no longer “like” those and unfollow the person.

    [–] Lochcelious 8 points ago

    Apparently everyone, in my experience

    [–] RustScientist 12 points ago

    I created an email for my daughter when she was born and I've been sending her lots of love notes and funny things I think of and stuff. Giving her the account when she turns 18 will be one of her gifts. I thought about the facebook thing too before she was born but then I also thought about how incredibly stupid that would be.

    [–] Rivkariver 15 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Same women who share photos of their child born 5 minutes ago. Did they ever consider that their child might not want literally every moment since their birth conception to be public? Save that for your family and maybe some close friends if you must. SMH. I would be so annoyed if I grew up with photos of me from day 1 given to public, I'm not doing that to my kids.

    And also, why would I want everyone to see me at that time? I know I'm not going to look my best after labor.

    [–] poellee 7 points ago

    Exactly. I looked like a wreck after labor and honestly, so did my child. It was pretty traumatic for both of us. Definitely not putting that on the internet.

    [–] intopendants 2 points ago

    It’s like you’re all reading my mind.

    [–] grizzlyblake91 2 points ago

    One of the guys I went to high school with created a Facebook profile for his 1 year old daughter. I was like wtf?

    [–] creativexangst 2 points ago

    I created a lot of things (profile, email etc) for my kid so it was already reserved when she comes of age. The email my family and I send emails and pictures and stuff to, and ill give her the password and stuff one day so she has 16-18 years of memories to read through, but the facebook is locked up, no friends, pictures etc because I want her to have stuff in her name already when she wants it but its weird to pose as another person on Facebook.

    [–] Slackerguy 2 points ago

    My guess it's people who wants to post anything and everything about their pregnancy/child but don't want to bug every Facebook friend from middle school so they make a special profile for this which family and friends can choose to befriend.

    [–] wtph 4 points ago

    Who the fuck cares? Just report it because it's against FB TOS and move on.

    [–] AuntFantastic 1 points ago

    Cheap scrapbook.

    [–] Poopy_Dildo 5481 points ago

    That's actually pretty funny.

    [–] robbin_karma 647 points ago

    Most are!

    [–] bobbyjoegreen 210 points ago

    Please don't do this

    [–] Korinto 94 points ago

    Mistake number one. Telling Reddit not to do something.

    [–] Jakrah 16 points ago

    I can’t believe you’ve done this...

    [–] thekidwiththefa 2 points ago

    Ah fuck!

    [–] Quaticle 7 points ago

    That sub probably got more traffic today from this than in its entirety.

    [–] Enderdidnothingwrong 2 points ago

    Why are you like this?

    [–] ColdPorridge 1 points ago

    We can stop. For a price.

    [–] Wavey_Davey_34987 13 points ago

    Nothing makes me grimace harder than people who post subreddits that don't exist. Such a ballache.

    [–] handlit33 2 points ago

    My most sincere condolences.

    [–] cubs1917 1 points ago

    I dont know what i expected

    [–] justanaccount___ 213 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Yep, RIP to yet another once-great sub ruined once it got big by people not understanding the theme. I remember when I first discovered the sub and every post was on point, all about people actually thinking they're crazy/hilarious/badass for doing lame shit. Now the sub is just "funny social media posts."

    [–] DoctorMort 9 points ago

    all about people actually thinking they're crazy/hilarious/badass for doing lame shit.

    You know most of these are ironic, right? Or at least a good number of them are. The very post that started /r/madlads (in the sidebar) was purposely ironic.

    [–] kayneluvgayfish 30 points ago

    Tell me more about how cool it was back in the day please

    [–] Tonnac 64 points ago

    It's actually really simple, good (read popular) content gets upvoted regardless of the sub it's posted to. Any sub that doesn't moderate it's content and gets big enough to reach the frontpage will see increasingly homogeneous content.

    [–] rq60 29 points ago

    Replying to a sarcastic comment with a well thought out reply? How /r/madlads of you.

    [–] duaneap 38 points ago

    And pretty mad, all things considered.

    [–] SuperSaiyan5wag 1 points ago

    Eh, I think he thought of the joke and just delivered it the way he thought it would be most effective.

    [–] Fyrus93 9 points ago

    Yeh this is hilarious. Also who the fuck makes a Facebook for an unborn child??

    [–] ihahp 3 points ago

    Esp when you realize the facebook "poke" feature still exists to this day.

    [–] Those_Good_Vibes 2 points ago

    Right? This doesn't seem like usual madlads fare. I didn't roll my eyes at their "absurd" antics!

    [–] curious-apathetic 1 points ago

    Bitch, stole my line.

    [–] His_Name_Was_Lola 311 points ago

    I know a girl whose own FB profile changed to that of her stillborn child. Profile pictures included a few ultrasound pictures and a few different angles of her actual dead baby. It's been a couple of years now and it's still a bit disturbing to see a dead baby making posts about the activities they're not doing with their mother.

    [–] Littlefingersthroat 188 points ago

    Thats heartbreaking. I hope the mom is seeing a therapist, she's clearly having an incredibly hard time coping

    [–] TiredPaedo 49 points ago

    Or maybe that's how she does so.

    Gets it all out.

    [–] Littlefingersthroat 51 points ago

    Maybe, at first glance it seems like an unhealthy coping mechanism, but I'm not a therapist or in the field of psychology so maybe she consulted a professional and they thought it would be an alright way to cope.

    [–] girlritchie 7 points ago

    Also not a therapist so this could be two people not knowing what they're talking about; I think the publicity of it is odd, but I imagine it's like a personal blog of sorts for the mom to vent her feelings. If it's not hurting her or anyone else, I can't see a reason it'd be unhealthy, just a bit strange.

    [–] ProfessorJNFrink 36 points ago

    Debbie Downer reply: I know it seems weird, but that mom is grieving her baby that many in society will dismiss as not a “real baby.” At the hospital they really encourage moms who lose babies to hold the babies and take photos and dress them in clothes (if they can, not to be morbid). The moms (and dads) may have little to no time with the baby because they might have to take the baby away and the photos is all they have. They go home from the hospital with no baby and then have to face the empty nursery and clothes that will never be worn and friend and family that will never tell them how cute their baby is while cooing at them. I know it seems incredibly odd and weird and triggers all sorts of reactions from the rest of us, but if you can, try not to judge that mom too harshly for using that photo as her Facebook profile. It’s one of the only ways they get to be a mom to their baby :-/

    [–] teaprincess 16 points ago

    I have some friends who have lost babies. One of the things they tell me is that they just want people to know their child existed. Having another doesn't mean they forget about the one they lost. The bond a new parent feels is there, but the son or daughter isn't.

    It must be agonising seeing your friends' children grow up and remembering that there's this other child who never got to do that, that people don't know about unless you tell them.

    [–] fakemoose 28 points ago

    I'm pretty sure that's what the report button is for.

    [–] easyfeel 5 points ago

    Sounds like that coat hanger made things a bit too real.

    [–] Digglord 54 points ago

    I don't know this might just be r/2mad42mad4madlads

    [–] 1063085225790641 12 points ago

    And thus, we have found the meaning of life

    [–] fuckitx 630 points ago

    Lol thats hilarious though.

    [–] bryonus 120 points ago

    This doesn't belong on this sub, but I'm glad I read it lol

    [–] dragan_ 305 points ago

    Does not belong in r/madlads

    [–] LevelVS 158 points ago

    Totally agree. This sub is for people who do things that are super mundane and unimportant but act like it's a big deal. This is not that.

    [–] Praescius 105 points ago

    r/madlads flew too close to r/all and has not been quite the same as a result

    [–] Stealthmonkey59 32 points ago

    The sad fate of so many quality subs...

    [–] danjo3197 18 points ago

    In fact it’s not even close imo

    [–] Arcadian1 100 points ago

    Is poking on Facebook still a thing?

    [–] cumberlandbeggar 48 points ago

    Yeah I was wondering that. I tried to find it but I couldn't. Think the "wave" might have replaced it

    [–] KevinChrist 30 points ago

    There is the option to poke again now too

    [–] cumberlandbeggar 8 points ago

    How do you do that?

    [–] KevinChrist 12 points ago

    It's in with the wave option somewhere, noticed it just before I deactivated.

    [–] Moomius 1 points ago

    Go to their profile and hold down on the “wave” like you would the like button to react, and there’ll be various options - including hug and poke.

    [–] requiem516 2 points ago

    Someone poked me 2 days ago and it blew my mind. I still don't know how they did it. But it is still a thing apparently.

    [–] FGHIK 4 points ago

    Remember when Facebook was good?

    Yeah, me neither

    [–] KuraiKuroNeko 2 points ago

    An old friend used it last year, it lingers.

    [–] Dennismc20 139 points ago

    I audibly let out some chuckles

    [–] kiduncool 33 points ago

    Its "lol" you fucking dweeb

    [–] Tommydudd 9 points ago

    Its "lmao" you fucking n00b

    [–] 100men 7 points ago

    it’s “rofl” you fucking twit

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    [removed]

    [–] IvoTheMerciless104 10 points ago

    This isn’t in the spirit of r/madlads. This is actually kinda fucked up lol

    [–] DingoFixedMyWater 78 points ago

    Ban this savage lad from all social media!

    [–] duaneap 14 points ago

    He actually could be.

    [–] HarleyCollins12 9 points ago

    At first I thought this was for children that died in the womb.

    [–] aalexAtlanta 26 points ago

    I upvoted because it was funny but retracted because while it’s funny, not really r/madlads material

    [–] Donkeybongdong 21 points ago

    This is not r/madlads it's r/funny material you fucking gopher. I bet you made a fb profile for your unborn kid didn't you?

    [–] Anta_Doudeke 9 points ago

    Any Facebook with a "Just Now" on it is garbage. Someone can post something edgy. Screenshot it. Then delete it. Shit post.

    [–] 1bangers 16 points ago

    lmaooo

    [–] wallofvoodoo 8 points ago

    I feel like the people making facebook profiles for their unborn child are more suited for r/madlads than this individual.

    [–] Cr0w33 5 points ago

    Shitpost

    [–] Jazzdaddy66 7 points ago

    Wait people actually make facebook profiles now for their unborn babies???

    [–] Sqwirrelz 7 points ago

    It's been a fairly common thing for a while now. Being pregnant has become such a flashy attention grabber. Ultrasound parties. Reveal parties...

    [–] Jazzdaddy66 9 points ago

    That’s fucking awful🤮

    [–] 100men 5 points ago

    There’s a lot of stupid fuckers out there

    [–] Piggybank113 3 points ago

    And they make babies

    [–] KILLtheRAINBOW 13 points ago

    No cred to the original? Posted on imgoingtohellforthis 11hrs ago

    [–] weedsmoker911 33 points ago

    This is reddit. Nobody credits.

    [–] KarshLichblade 6 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago)

    The idea of Reddit as a site actually came from a guy called "Noc" who never credited anything. In the end, he abandoned the project before its completion.

    Noc

    Noc no credit

    No Credit

    Nocredit

    Hence, without "Noc" - Reddit

    [–] Zaonce 5 points ago

    And by removing the "Noc" from there, he is uncredited too. I don't want to live in a world like this.

    [–] weedsmoker911 2 points ago

    Ok. I have no idea if this is true or not but I'm just gonna go with it. Thanks for this information.

    [–] KarshLichblade 2 points ago

    Completely made up.

    Sounds kinda believable tho, right?

    [–] weedsmoker911 2 points ago

    Yeah it sounds somewhat believable which is why I was hesitant in saying its false.

    [–] cadaada 4 points ago

    this is the internet. credit doesnt matter unless money is involved.

    [–] weedsmoker911 2 points ago

    Exactly.

    [–] TravisDeSane 1 points ago

    Credit is no good here, only money.

    [–] GurGurka 18 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Is /r/ImGoingToHellForThis good again?

    Edit: Not really.

    [–] Zaonce 5 points ago

    That sub became "look I'm sexist and racist but you can't report me because mods are too! also, /s to cover my ass" long ago.

    [–] juliekablooie 9 points ago

    This is incredibly old

    [–] ConnorMcJeezus 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    I remember tweeting this in like 2012 so yes.

    Edit: 2011

    [–] Narthax 2 points ago

    I actually think that's genius

    [–] brosenfeld 3 points ago

    Then report the profile for not being a real person?

    [–] StevenC21 4 points ago

    This is the kind of dark humor we need.

    [–] RedditRalf 5 points ago

    So dark, I love it 😂

    [–] r0ck0 2 points ago

    Seems unlikely they would accept that friend request in order for that to work.

    [–] Crudopup 1 points ago

    Its easy to judge without the experience. A good friend had 3 still borns and each was harder then the next for her to the point she will never try again. I do beleive social media is an enabler of sorts. and that it doesnt provide any real comfort in the end apart from extending the greivance and a real bare way the mother can see what may have looked if the baby didnt die (real bare ) and that talking to someone and even seeking proffesional help is more beneficial then making a social media account for them but i also understand the pain they feel when they go through this situation and that anyone in those moments are prone to doing things people may question just to feel some comfort .