The biggest tragedy since Jamie Oliver got rid of Turkey Twizzlers has happened.
It is now possible for anyone to see ALL of the photos you've liked on Facebook since you joined. By anyone, I am of course referring to your girlfriend.
This is a matter of great
importance urgency. Deactivate, unlike, do what you can before it's too late.
Another horror is that it's so easy to do.
A simple search in the Facebook search bar of 'photos liked by...' throws up many options for people to click on.
Type the first letter of the name of the person you're after and it may as well say 'you're fucked mate'.
Immediately after finding out I alerted a close friend of the danger and he gave me an exclusive quote.
He said: "Are you fucking kidding!? Shiiiiiiiiiit."
Apparently he's frantically unliking pictures so I'll complete that interview in September when he's finished covering his arse.
I'm not sure if it's worth going on a major unliking spree or simply deactivating. I certainly don't think I can deal with my girlfriend seeing I liked Ellen from Southport's profile picture in 2012 and her saying 'who the fuck does this bitch think she is?'.
Of course, it's not just a tool for girlfriends, lads can use it too.
Obviously everybody has a past, and that's okay. It's better to leave all those things in the past, but that's not always easy for either gender.
Now, I'm not really the jealous and insecure type, but curiosity got the better of me.
I don't know who the fuck this John West thinks he is, but he needs to explain why he had his hands over my girlfriend in a club in 2011, four years before I met her.
Stick to tuna, pal.
It's a time for lads to come together here. Bring this to their attention before their partners find out. For some it might be too late, but save who you can.
Words by Mark McGowan