how do we see all the people we are following so that we can remove one? i want to remove this one awful girl
just go to her profile page and click the quit being a fan button.
Some people take out there problems on strangers on the internet. These people are probably super meek in real life. Un-fan her and move on with your day, girl!!! Keep shining!
no on hub pages. i dont want to be a fan of this one girl who left me this mean comment
Kari I would spam their comment. Do not let the worm get to you .
Thanks everyone! I think cindyvine, earnest, and MightMom all have nice avatars too!
whats an avatar. thank you sweetie pie you are always so nice. i dont know why someone has to leave mean personal comments. i would have been better if they had just voted that they dont like what i wrote
the avatar is the hubbers profile picture.
It is probably just bored Internet user that is a bad apple, and they would not be able to say those type of things to a person's face, so they say it to a webpage online. I would say who cares what they think about your content and just ignore the troll.
if you click the link that says 'hubber fan clubs' on your account section, you can see the list of everyone you are a fan of. There is a button next to each name that says 'quit fanclub'
Prinsess, there be many weirdos on these Hubpages. Hahaha I seem to attract them. I have just told one in one hub that she wasn't in tht commented right to me to just leave me alone. I de-fanned her.
I think you can also 'deny' comments.. give that a try. That doesn't mean they won't come back anyway.. some just do.
Hi AV, I think you need some meat on them bones lookin a lil anorexic in that avatar , lol
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Welcome to HubPages Adult content is not allowed, and be sure in what is adult content You can have a look at Top Ranked Hubbers page to see their profile images so that you get some idea.
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