We're back with another Fuckwitt!

This one's a real doozy.


The person who shared it says she got this from her daughter who is a policewoman, yet the woman who shared it doesn't have a daughter.  I've seen this twice in the last 2 weeks and the 2nd one didn't have the first line.

Anyway, what it suggests is that you get a text message from O2 or Vodafone saying there's a problem with your bill.

When you click the link to take you to the site your money is taken from your account.

Firstly, what a load of bollocks.  There is no such way that could erven happen.

Why are people so gullible?  What do they think is setup in the background that you clicking a link will suddenly take money from your account?

It's just not possible.

"They already have all your details and it's the most advanced scam the bank has ever seen"

What bank?  There's no mention of a bank there.

If a fraudster has your details already, they'll do what they can with your account.  

"Thousands flying out of peoples accounts!"

Sure it is mate.

It's funny that it hasn't been on the news or anything.  You'd expect to maybe get some e-mails from your bank warning you at least.

It's simply not true.

Now, what I can tell you is that it's a actually a phishing attempt.  You'll get an e-mail purporting to be from EE for example, you click the link and it takes you to a site that looks remarkably like the EE site.

You try to log in, it tells you there's a problem.  Meanwhile it's just logged your username and password.

If you're not a customer of Giff Gaff and you receive an e-mail saying there's a problem with your account, what do you do?  You delete it, right?

But don't click that link!  Because thousands of pounds will go out of your account using details from Giff Gaff's system!

How stupid does it sound?  You really must be dumb to fall for this stuff.

I told one person who shared this it was fake, her response, "I'm not even an O2 customer, so I just deleted the e-mail"

So, why share this?!  You don't get e-mails from companies you don't have an account with telling you there's a problem with your account!



Check ths shit out.

facebook fuckwitt dwindled

Firstly, the first line makes no sense:

"Been wondering why I have a dwindled down to a small circle seeing my posts!"


So, you're saying that not many people are seeing your posts then?  How would you know that?  You wouldn't.

But wait, because you've a "tip" to "circumvent" Facebook's new algorithm.  Go on, tell me more about this new algorithm.  I mean, you're hardly a computer scientist, in fact I think you're a hair dresser but crack on, tell me more.

This new algorithm picks the same 25 people who will see your posts.  OK.  Yep, sounds legit.  In fact, maybe people just aren't interacting with you because you're a boring twat?  Or you're a bit needy with your "Fewming!" posts.

Wait for that "U OK Hun?" inbox message.

So, to circumvent this what do you do?

Ohhh, you copy the text and paste it in your own "What's on your mind?" field.  Which then updates your status to that same piece of text.

Well, isn't that clever, you gulluible twat.

In fact, I don't think it's worked because there's one less person reading your inane shit now, I've just unfriended you for being a dickhead.

Really, how are people so fucking thick?


It's not actually a Facebooker this time, no it's a comment on a News site, what Dave Gorman might refer to as "The bottom half of the internet".

So, the other week Phil Collins was looking a bit ropey.

I'll not lie, I did make use of my Celebrity Death List Wildcard for 2017 but thankfully I didn't need it.

Phil's been ill of late, and he had a nasty fall a few months ago too.

So when his latest bout of illness rendered him hospitalised this classic comment was left on the article:

That's right, Phil resembles an old man (which he is) singing along to a duke box.

I'm not sure what a Duke Box is, I think it's what Prince Phillip goes in at Royal Ascot.

Fucking duke box though.  What a prannock.


Have you seen this shit? I mean, what the fucking fuck is that?

OK, so everyone replies with BFF and it goes green because that's what Facebook does no matter where you post it.

Let's just break this down a little though, eh?

Mark Zuckerberg has decided that he's perfectly happy to have insecure account of Facebook, but if you type BFF onto a post it magically makes it safe.

If it doesn't you need to change your password.


Not only is that the biggest load of wank since I don't know when, why on earth would we be informed about it not from Zuckerberg or Facebook itself but from a page called "Viral Mate".

I mean, seriously people, are you that fucking stupid that you think the security of Facebook is left to a page with the word Viral in its name, begging you to type something on their page for likes.

You're a bunch of fucking idiots.

Following the Manchester bomb, this absolute arsehole posted this on Facebook.  Normally I blank out the names, not today, this cunt needs outing:

Magnus honestly believes that our army goes into other countries and rapes "there" (sic) women and kills their children.

Really?  I don't recall any specific military edict coming through that tells our brave soldiers, who are paid fuck all to protect their country, to rape women and kill kids.  Nope, none.

Depleted uranium everywhere.  Just where, exactly?  

ISIS is made up of UK and US mercenaries.  He doesn't even know the meaning of the word, but last time I checked, ISIS was made up of insurgents from the natives countries as well as those from other Arab nations.  Iraq and Syria is rife with it, it's not white Brits going out there to join up, you absolute fucking clown.

When did the Police start shooting people?  Oh, that's right, NEVER.

Fortunately someone steps in to take him slightly to task until some dumbass tosser who comes from Peru and lives in America chimes in.  Apparently there is a grand game being played, he doesn't tell us what the game is, so I'm guessing he's, well... guessing.  Thousands of teenagers with camera phones didn't take a picture of the bomb going off, no I suspect they were too busy pissing their knickers and trying to get out, finding their parents and friends etc.  You know, priorities and all that.

I've seen a few people claiming the event didn't occur and it was actually a hoax.  One dickhead went as far to claim it was Ariana Grande who was in on it to claim the insurance!  

The same idiot also claimed it was a drill, and the people who purported to be injured were crisis actors!

I know someone who was on duty that evening as a paramedic and it was very fucking real.  They weren't cleaning up fake blood, they can assure you.

What are these people smoking?  They've released pictures of kids who were missing, kids who are now DEAD.  I suppose this idiot thinks the kid will have a few days off school, then go back in.  The answer to the question, "We thought you were dead", to be "Nah, was just bantz, wannit man".

These ridiculous claims are downright disrespectful to parents who lost kids at what should have been a safe pop concert.

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