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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Hmm I don't think this is right? I'm sue if you block someone you stay on their list but they can't see your page, then if you unblock them it just goes back the way it was without needing to readd them as a friend?
    I just went to block someone the other day and it told me I would have to re add them as a friend if I chose to unblock them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Hmm I don't think this is right? I'm sue if you block someone you stay on their list but they can't see your page, then if you unblock them it just goes back the way it was without needing to readd them as a friend?
    If you block someone they can't see your profile, any comments you make on other peoples statuses. Your 'invisible' to them.

    If you unblock them you will have to add them as a friend again.

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    Ok ignore me I was wrong!


 

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