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NPD- Online Boyfriend Minces Cyber Girlfriend's Heart
A "Catfish" is someone who pretends to be someone they are not, using Facebook or other social media, to create false romantic identities, to deceive their victims for financial, emotional, physical abuse (later on down the line), or simply for the sake of the sadistic gratification of traumatizing another human being.
A Lulz is the slang term used to describe the laughter rendered at someone who has been purposely victimized, gamed, or pranked, online. The way one would use this term would be to say, "He played with her emotions, online, just for the lulz of it". Many times, others are secretly involved behind the scenes, as well, joining in with the offender's howls of laughter.
Mirror Man - Henderson
For the sheer,
glitzy lulz of it,
he did mince.
his virtual fool!
"pull the wool".
his virtual woman!
He darkened her sunshine,
as his devotion emitted,
not one single,
Though it is painful to be deceived and pranked so viciously, be proud that it is not, you, who is the deceiver, and prankster.
Narcissists Wear Masks
- Behind The Scenes Of A Predatory Facebook Covert Narcissist
Narcissists are dangerous predators in all areas of life, including the social network platform. The internet is a haven for Narcissists/Sociopaths to lure their victims into their evil traps.
Facebook Narcissists Support Groups
- Abusive NPD Facebook Groups With H.G. Tudor's Added Input
Narcissist Victims who are vulnerable due to having only recently disengaged from their Narcissist Abuser need to be wary of corrupt online social sites which portray themselves as Support Groups.
- How To Break Free From A Control-Freak
Narcissists and Sociopaths keep their victims on very tight cords of control. This control is made to look like "love", "altruistic deeds", or "Victimhood", ETC,. Be careful in whom you trust.
Have you ever been gamed by someone, online, who pretended to be someone that they were not?
© 2017 Tamara Yancosky