So I logged into HubPages on my iPhone and saw this:
http://i702.photobucket.com/albums/ww26 … hoto-1.png
It says I shared this particular hub. I'd never even read the hub before... well, of course, I did AFTER I saw what I did.
Anyway, just a heads up.
On a side note... share with who?
lol were u following that hubber earlier? A real bug this is
Nope, I've never seen this hubber before. He/she joined less than three days ago. Perhaps I referred them and maybe the HubPages thingie shared it for me. I'll have to check up on that in a bit.
Edit: Nope. I did not refer this person.
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