Tim had come home from a relaxing Sunday dinner party with friends, and was looking forward to spending the rest of the evening in the peace and quiet of his own living room. Getting in the way of this goal was the unfortunate fact that his phone had been constantly beeping with notification messages ever since he had left the party. Finally checking the phone, Tim discovered that “42 people liked” and “23 people commented on” his wall post on Facebook. Wall post? Tim hadn’t been on Facebook in three days, at least. What was this nonsense all about? Tim opened his profile, and to his dismay saw a status update that said, “I just shaved part of my body for the first time, go ahead and guess which part…” What? How in the dickens did that get there? Did some little cyber-punk hack into his account? Thinking back, Tim realized that he had left his phone unattended on the table for two minutes while he went to the bathroom before he had departed the dinner party. Since he never bothered to sign out of his Facebook, one of his crafty bastard friends must have opened up the internet on his phone and put that there. Whoever it was probably thought they were so bleeping clever. When he found out who did this, somebody was going to pay.