There's a girl that I went to high school with. I haven't seen her in about 10 years. Anywho... I notice she is always talking about wishuponahero.com on her Facebook feed so I went and checked it out. I see a lot of people taking advantage of others kind hearts - even her! She talks about going to the bars in a near by town on Facebook and then gets on that site and claims she needs money for food, her kids haven't ate, and things of that sort. I read other people's wishes and I see a pattern with a lot of others that try and abuse the system. I'm kind of upset with this. I'm sure there are a lot of people on that site that actually do need help and individuals like that old high school classmate are taking that away from the needy. Okay, I just had to vent about that, lol
I have never seen such a site before!
I am truly amazed that sites like that even exist, but now that I know they do I am not especially surprised that way to many people would try to take advantage.
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