Social media is a weirdo's playground. Never before in human history has it been so easy to act so creepy, without ever leaving your home. Whether it's posting a photo of your face to a co-worker's Facebook wall or recreating a stranger's profile picture, there are plenty of ways to behave like a little social deviant online.
Even stuff we do that doesn't involve pranking anyone can veer hard into inappropriate digital skulking (raise your hand if you've stumbled upon the wedding mini-site of a long-ago ex or almost accidentally faved your crush's new girlfriend's dog photos on Instagram).
Gizmodo's golden creep-child Ashley Feinberg provided MANY solid examples of how to alienate others on Facebook yesterday. But I want more. If you've cornered the market on unsettling acquaintances in other pockets of the internet, or you've developed a borderline unhealthy habit of monitoring your ex-boyfriend's ex-girlfriend's new fiancé's LinkedIn, I must know.