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What happens if you follow yourself on Hubpages?
Yeah, I know it sounds daft, but I was just updating one of my hubs and I almost clicked on the 'follow' button without thinking. It's been a long day. But I wonder what would happen? Would you go back in time? Start to fade away like Marti McFLy? Or maybe you'd just keep looking over your shoulder in fear of the day that you see someone who looks like you sneaking along behind you in the shadows.
you will be asked if you are so desperate as to follow yourself..heard it in the forums
The time space continuum will collapse and you will be sucked into a black hole ... JK....I dont think anyone checks that as long as you know that you are following yourself which would I guess just increase your following by one other than that, not much of an effect.
Is it a sin?
Why did it... what did you mean?
You following you...
It's something new...
Haven't tried yet... where have you been?
Done by a few...
To you it's due...
Go and follow you... it's not a sin!
haha I didn't know you could do that! I almost want to do it just because
Well if you have multiple accounts it wouldn't be so bad following from the other account. But following you as yourself that is another matter. I would love to see that. How would you do that anyway?
I fell in the black hole and I don't know the way out. I need a seminar on how to unfollow myself.
Plainly, you've never had a good sit down with your mother or father. As anyone who has knows, liking yourself will result in hairy palms and bad breath. Also, by exhausting your "likeyness", you won't have the stamina to maintain a deep and lasting relationship - which chicks dig.
by Susannah Birch7 years ago
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 yourselfYou're not that desperate for followers, are you?Nice one, HP!
by April Reynolds6 years ago
What happens when I follow someone on hubpages?
by Sally Gulbrandsen7 months ago
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by Shawn May Scott6 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and...
by Rebecca5 years ago
How many people should you follow? Can you truly 'follow' thousands of other authors?I've seen a couple of profiles today that show the users were following 8000+ people. I had to ask myself whether someone could truly...
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