I was visiting one of my hubs and saw the 'follow wrylilt' link. Just for a laugh I decided to click it. Here is the result.
You cannot follow yourself
You're not that desperate for followers, are you?
Nice one, HP!
Haha, nice, WryLilt! I was just wondering the same thing a couple of days ago... I won't have to click now 'cos you've already told what will happen.
I tried it in the very first day in HP.
Do you know what really happens when you follow yourself?
Your head goes up your own.....oh wait I can't say that here.
To follow oneself:
An act of dedication.
An act of servitude.
An act of desperation.
An act of confusion.
An act to end all acts.
It's refreshing to know HP has a sense of humor, WryLilt. I'm impressed that you had the cojones to try this, I never did, fearing my computer would certainly implode!
Tried that some time ago to see what happens and liked the humor.
when I first signed on to HP I hit that button and got the funny message which certainly helped convince me I was in the right place! I'll try just about anything once!
My youngest daughter says that one of the first things she learned was:
"Don't follow Dad. He has no idea where he is going. Follow Mom. She knows."
It is really funny to know so many people tried this. Could not even think of it. I like HP's line though!!
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