Not sure if it was just a glitch with one of my bio's but I had one appear on a hub that was nothing to do with me or the hub!
I have changed it now, so you can't see it, but it was a hub about funny English old sayings, and the bio read something like this:
We all love magic sometimes to obsession! now that was not mine so.......lol!
better check your bio's in your account settings, maybe someone else's has sneaked in!
Thanks for the heads up, Nell. It's a bit scary to think someone else's bio can get through to our password driven pages.
I will check mine now, if I can remember how to do it after all this time LOL :-)
Good to see your name pop up on notifications .
Oh, my, Nell, that is a strange one indeed! LOL. Thanks for the heads up. I had two "Best" answers chosen on a hot topic question that I didn't choose! HP looked into it and removed them for me. So odd and disturbing that things can happen like this under our name account when it is not us!
Oh, I just finished setting up my first bio and found your post in my feed. Thanks for bringing up this issue. I would check mine too if something isn't right have sneaked in.
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