I have never created a twitter account. Whomever is pretending to be me has really pissed me off. Really pretending to be me just to get affiliate traffic is a pretty tacky thing to do.

Please do the right thing and cut it the fuck out.

7 Responses to “Twitter impostor”

  1. Delia Says:

    Totally tacky. I would find out what their affiliate code is and block their ass if I were you.

    When you do finally set up your account on twitter hit me up 🙂


  2. Mandy Says:

    I’ve been against the whole twitter thing from the start. I just find social networking sites to be exhausting, but I might have to give in and eat my words at some point.

  3. Delia Says:

    Some people seem to really take to it and enjoy it. I have a hard time keeping up with it all sometimes.

    If you keep having problems with your twitter impostor you could also look up his affiliate code and set up an account under his real name and start following him. “I’m Joe Blow from BFE and I sell tranny porn posing as shemale stars.” Could be fun 🙂

  4. Mandy Says:

    Maybe I’m just being stubborn about the whole Twitter/Facebook/My Space thing. As much as I may find them annoying I suppose I am shooting myself in the foot.

    As for my impostor, I’ll figure it out, sooner or later.

  5. Trixie Says:

    I can’t hack the social networking stuff either, but I use Twitter as a microblog instead of social networking. Yes, some people think of it as a conversation tool, but I mostly use it as a way to keep people posted on what we’re doing & plug it into my sites for added voyeurism.

    I hope your sponsor bans the fucker who’s posing as you.

  6. Mandy Says:

    Whats up Trixie? How the hell did you get a picture next to your name? I can’t figure it out myself. Anyways….Hows life with you and Delia?

  7. Kelli Garner Says:

    Thats very good to know… thanks