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Top Facebook Stalkers

Twist of Fate

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Right click on your Facebook news feed and hit "View page source"

 

Hit ctrl+f and type in "Orderedfriends"

 

A series of numbers such as "100000234792522" or whatever will come up. Add that at the end of "www.facebook.com" to go on the profiles of the people who view your page the most. This theory has been tested by the internet's top scientists.



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That can't be right, can it? If it is, my #1 crush is also my #1 stalker -- quite doubtful. :P

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I doubt it's the pages you visit the most because mine are people who have had crushes on me or are friends that like almost every status I post whose pages I barely go on o.O

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When Something Obscure told me about this a few weeks ago we concluded it must take a lot of interactions into account, page views, comments, chats, history of viewing and most likely some other things. From what was on our lists, it was pretty accurate.

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I'm pretty sure it's based on pages you view PLUS the amount of interactions you have with them(inboxing, posting on their wall, etc). I don't see why Facebook would keep track of amount of hits your page gets, although I wish this was true. :P

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This can't be right. My cute art teacher from senior year is one of my top people and I've never interacted with her on Facebook.

 

If this is true then I've been stalked by a lot of female friends and am a hugely obtuse person.

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This can't be right. My cute art teacher from senior year is one of my top people and I've never interacted with her on Facebook.

 

If this is true then I've been stalked by a lot of female friends and am a hugely obtuse person.

 

sounds like a lot of girls want your D BRO

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Adam?, on , said:

 

This can't be right. My cute art teacher from senior year is one of my top people and I've never interacted with her on Facebook.

 

If this is true then I've been stalked by a lot of female friends and am a hugely obtuse person.

 

sounds like a lot of girls want your D BRO

past schools

 

this knowledge hurts

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It MIGHT be interactions, but I only really interact with about 2 people out of my top 5, and people who I actually do talk to a lot are in the teens-early twenties in terms of order.

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BUT HOW WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE. 8TH PLACE GUY. I DON'T TALK TO YOU YOU ARE FROM MATH CLASS HOW DID YOU EVEN FIND ME

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A girl I barely know that sits next to me in Spanish is #1 and Aliath is #2. The rest of them make sense, but #1 and #2 especially, wtf?

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I think its just random. Or its either

a. average of interaction/time you've been friends,

b. people whose profiles you've viewed the most/time you've been friends.

 

Like many of the above, my crush is my number 1, and every1 else is about what would make my guess a. correct. Which it already sounds correct, because we talk alot on fb, usually shes asking me when she works, because she knows I take pics of the schedule (3 of like 15 coworkers are always asking me when they work, and taking pics is easier than writing it down.

 

Edit: but it seems people later on the list don't make sense, because the 12th person on the list, I never talk to, and the 30th person I talk to, should be in my top 10

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im depressed not enough females were on there, out of the top 10 there were like 2

 

 

i never even post on fb nyway, np

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First one. My ex second one: My best friend. Either it's them who view your page or the ones I view the most.

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