15 Images That Show You Shouldn't Add Your Mom On Facebook

Friday, Sep 27, 2019, 4:52 pm
By:James Fraser


Never ever add your mom to your Facebook friends' list, unless you are 100% sure about doing it. Adding moms to you Facebook account is more dangerous than adding your employers! Moms, especially those who are completely new to Facebook will sure embarrass you with their innocent, intentional or unintentional status updates, comments etc. Here are fifteen images that show why you shouldn't add your mum on Facebook.
4.What a Burn, Mom!

Make sure your mom is not on Facebook before posting deep philosophical messages! The guy here posted something that has a message only he and few people can understand! Whatever his intention is, his mom clearly thrashed his confidence, and demolished his reputation publicly on Facebook! She may be serious or may be simply joking. We strongly believe this guy shouldn't have added his mum on Facebook.


What a Burn, Mom!-15 Images That Show You Shouldn't Add Your Mom On Facebook

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5.It's Mom's Turn

We all see those pretty ladies in Facebook photos sharing photos like something you see in this picture. This time, it's a mom who posted a private photo of her daughter publicly on Facebook. Well, her daughter clearly seems to be embarrassed with what her mom did! Beware; your mom on Facebook might even share childhood photos of you that you deeply hate!


It's Mom's Turn-15 Images That Show You Shouldn't Add Your Mom On Facebook

6.Another Great Example Why You Should Not Add Moms to Facebook

The whole world now knows about Thomas's as well as his dad's crooked d*ck, thanks to his mom for announcing this publicly on Facebook! This picture shows a fighting couple who are cursing each other on Facebook. What's hilarious is that reply from that guy's mother who confirmed his son has indeed a crooked d*ck! What a nightmare! We feel pity for that poor guy.


Another Great Example Why You Should Not Add Moms to Facebook-15 Images That Show You Shouldn't Add Your Mom On Facebook

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