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26-10-2015 01:20 #761
26-10-2015 10:06 #762
No way starflame! I have a family member exactly like that-shares pics on FB like they're hers and then just keeps her own pics to herself. I don't get that though because then who gets to see the cool pics?! So weird.
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26-10-2015 11:44 #763
01-11-2015 09:37 #764
02-11-2015 10:30 #765
02-11-2015 14:17 #766
When our family home burned down in bushfires some scumbag photographer had photos and videos of the burnt property and house up online offering them for sale the day before we found out. A couple of news outlets must have bought them from him because that was how some family members found out. It was awful.
02-11-2015 19:36 #767
03-11-2015 13:41 #768
My MIL does the same with my photos, she has an album on her iPad if all my photos, she then posts them at random moments on FB!
03-11-2015 15:15 #769Senior Member
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What's with MILs and photos! When DD was born MIL was so possessive of her, always banging on about how DD was 'her' baby. Anyway she kept asking for pictures and I had planned to print some out and make an album for her and one for my Mum. Obviously being a new Mum this took some time, it wasn't exactly my priority, and my parents were fine with that.
MIL couldn't wait so took photos off my FB page and printed them out and put them up in her house like they were her pictures. It's a small thing, but it just annoyed me so much so when I finally had some time I made an album for my parents but not her. When DH asked I said she clearly didn't need one as she was happy to steal my pictures anyway. He couldn't really argue with that and I knew he'd be too lazy to make an album for her himself so she just never got one.
03-11-2015 16:46 #770
My MIL has a folder on her computer of photos I/DP/my friends or my mum post on fb although to her credit 90% of them have her son or grandson that she's saved
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