I was sucked into TheBestWriter's fan club as he was using John's avatar. I was sucked in much akin to dishwashing liquid draining down the pipes. I asked John today, and he has given a 100% guarantee it is not him and he has no plans of returning. Grrrrrrr. So who are you TheBestWriter eh?
Is that so??? I too thought him to the same. In fact that person came up to become my fan. I even told in my fan mail that it is great to know that he is not leaving. A cheap way I guess to gain fans and lime-light. But I hope he turns out to be a good writer!
Yes I read that when I joined his club what you said, as I was being drawn in. He was not impressed someone was using his avatar, I noticed it has changed now to a female avatar ROFL.
BP I have part of the inside story and have tracked the imposter down! All is OK it seems, but is everything ok that it seems to be?!?!
LOL They got me, too...
Well, waiting for a hub then, to re-assess...
There have actually been a few hubs published unde the Best Writer, yet you need to catch them quickly... they dissappear fast...hmmm....sounds familiar.
I personally know the hubber who did this tribute, and I can say it wasn't an intentional confusion.
If GT can play with HP all he wants where anyone can see by typing in a user and password...well, like they say, if you build it they will come.
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by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
So, feel free to comment on other people's avatars or ask questions, and start by commenting on Yours Me: This is really (what's her name?) oh, Katy Perry.
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