I have got the following request, but it doesn't make sense to me. Would someone please explain what it means?
They're being silly. Or think they're funny. or they may genuinely wish to become your online stalker.
I'd tell them to sod off and grow-up/get a life/get a grip
It started when she read my hub on how to lose fans and then became my fan, because she thought it was funny to do just the opposite of what I want. Then I read her latest hub, which was a very good and funny read and told her in a comment to sod off. Now she's challenging me to get her to leave my club. I don't know if she is ready to face the consequences though.
Btw, I joined her club too, because, as I said, her hub was excellent.
There is really no problem with all this. I just posted this thread because I genuinely didn't understand the question.
Don't waste your energy on the person! You always get people like that on sites like this !
Ignoring them is the best solution. Such people thrive on a reaction (negative or positive); don't give them the pleasure of any!
I wouldn't worry so much about it. It's only bad if she becomes a pest. Maybe she likes to follow you around hubpages because you like good stuff to read? peace, CC
I'd just ignore them. Unless they become a pain, then you need to do something. I've had people hijack my facebook page etc - it's annoying!
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