Tuesday 15 November 2011 by Formelia Alberthine

Thousands of angry male Facebook users left unaffected by porn virus


Thousands of male Facebook users have registered their disgust at being completely unaffected by a virus that has been displaying images of hardcore pornography in news feeds.

Technology site ZDnet claimed that the linkspam virus was affecting hundreds of thousands of users, leaving the vast majority entertained for literally hours.

“I thought the idea of a virus was that everyone caught it, you know, like a cold that gets passed about the office,” said regular Facebook user Matthew Tyke.

“I’d have hoped that any security flaw present in Facebook’s software that spread free images of hardcore pornography would have let all users could experience the benefit of such an over sight?”

“But here I am looking at photos of Sally’s baby and something about what Roger had for lunch. This is simply unacceptable.”

Facebook porn virus

Another user, Michael King, was delighted that the security breach had made looking at pornography at work a little less risky, for one day at least.

“This virus really has massively improved the quality of my working day.”

“Normally when I’m perusing amateur cheerleaders at work I have to be really discreet to ensure no-one is seeing what I’m up to.”

“But today, I can just say I’m on Facebook if I get caught out. Thank you Mark Zuckerburg.”

Facebook spokesman, Charles Fess, apologised to all users left unaffected by the security breach.

“Please accept our sincere apologies for leaving your Facebook experience intact.”

“But on the bright side, you get to avoid the desperate feeling of inadequacy associated with seeing images of over excited men and women doing things you never knew were even anatomically possible.”

“You’re welcome.”

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