The late part of the week before last week saw a new trend: Anonymous messages. A feature that enabled friends and companions talk to a person without the person knowing who sent the message.
It was primarily used to convey feelings of love and praise until a darker part of it emerged: Group messaging. An account will be created on behalf a group of people; a family, a department in the university, and so on. Instead of being a revealer of feelings and emotions, it became a haven for hate and uncovering of secrets and dark things going on between people.
Sex scandals were chief among them, alongside physical flaws and interpersonal quarrels. Here are a few to get you started:
even the SUG executives were involved:
It eventually became a case of: anonymous message gone wrong when a lecturer was involved, A short story:
and it's a case of
So far, egos have been bruised, secrets blown, love confessed, hatred made known to everyone. And slowly, the trend has begun to die. There are speculations that it will ruin relationships but so far people have recovered quite quickly.
In a bid to enliven the idea of anonymous messaging, Bonychicken has rolled its own anonymous messaging. It comes with a special feature: you can allow visitors to view your messages. To activate yours click here
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