Free Everwing Cheats and Tips

Hi Guys! You might have heard of the game Everwing 🙂

Everwing is vertical scrolling shooting game in which player control characters (called guardians) and their dragon sidekick. When I first played it I am reminded of Twin Bee shooter game of the 80’s (hehehe I’m old school gamer), but now it’s on your mobile phone and Facebook messenger so it’s cool!

In the game, guardians are like your avatar with special abilities and together with dragon/sidekicks they will fight monsters and bosses. A great game and I think most of you have received an invite via Facebook messenger. So if you looking for Free Everwing cheats and tips, you are lucky because I will share my most effective Free Six Everwing Cheats:

My first Everwing cheat: Focus on one guardian, and level it up as soon as you can for better damage output.

Given the following basic guardians:

  • Alice – starting guardian.
  • Fiona – Dragons sidekicks get 2x XP. Unlock @ level 2. Cost: 1,000 coins
  • Sophia – 2x faster completing Quests. Unlock @ level 3. Cost: 12,000 coins
  • Lily – Earn you 2x Coins. Unlock @ level 6. Cost: 30,000 coins
  • Aurora – Coin and Items power up Magnet! Unlock @ level 19. Cost: 150,000 coins
  • Lenore – Has 2 lives. Unlock @ level 25. Cost: 150,000 coins

Fiona (the 2x-XP dragon) is a good choice to level up early so you can have good damage output while leveling
And when Aurora (the item magnet guardian) is available, it will be good to start using it and level up as your main .
Get Lenore too as soon as you have the coins. Lenore is in my opinion the best among the basic guardians when fighting Everwing bosses because of her 2 lives.

My 2nd Everwing cheat: Do quests, even without playing the game
Quests are great free Everwing coins magnet:

And Everwing have good integration with FB messenger (via Gamebot feature) and you can do quests by just some clicks inside Facebook messenger app.

My 3rd Everwing cheat: Create groups of combination of friends for the game invite/challenge
Everwing have some challenges wherein you need to invite new friends or group of friends for a game.

And if you complete 10 (or 30) you get special prize (a dragon egg or a powerful guardian).

Example you have 5 friends actively playing Everwing (Alice, Bob, Chuck, Dave, and Eve) so you need to invite/challenge them individually (5 invite count already) and then create groups of combination of friends and challenge that group.

Example of combinations (in addition to the 5 individual invites)
Create group of you + (2 friends)
6. Alice + Bob
7. Alice + Chuck
8. Alice + Dave
9. Alice + Eve
10. Bob + Chuck
11. Bob + Dave
12. Bob + Eve
13. Chuck + Dave
14. Chuck + Eve
15. Dave + Eve

Then create group of You + 3 friends
16. A+B+C
17. A+B+D
18. A+B+E
19. B+C+D
20. B+C+E
… and so on…

Then create group of You + 4 friends.

Then with 5 friends 🙂

But remember: The important thing here is that you DO NOT Spam Non-Everwing FB friends

My 4th Everwing Tip: Fight Bosses and make sure you max-out reward damage
How to know max-out reward damage, see this pic below (look for the red boxed part):

This means by completing this damage bar, you will have more chances of getting good dragon eggs.

My 5th Everwing Cheat: Evolve Dragons with same zodiac.

Zodiac is those symbols beside the dragon.

At level 10 and 20, you can evolve the dragons by merging same-type dragons. Same zodiac evolved means extra damage. Proof? See:

I know it’s tempting to evolve dragons…

But at later levels you will need the highest possible damage in Everwing so this extra damage will really be needed, and you will regret not evolving same zodiac-dragons.

My last Everwing Cheat of the day: Enjoy the game with real friends 🙂

This means interacting and encouraging your real life friends to play Everwing with you. I have some friends IRL and we do friendly Trash Talk 🙂 to make the game more enjoyable and the game is more fun for us this way 🙂 . We also have a family Everwing group and many family members are active damaging the Everwing boss collaboratively for the everwing prizes.

That’s all of my free six Everwing Cheats and Tips for the day! Hope you like it!

How about you? Do you have everwing tips and cheats too? Feel free to share it by leaving some comments below 🙂

Post Pictures Now Blog Details Later

I am wondering why it’s very easy for me to post lots of photos to social networking sites (e.g. Facebook and Twitter) and yet very difficult to update this blog with the same pictures and photos with matching great stories. There may be more reasons than one (busy? procrastination? laziness?) But enough of those reasons and let me present some solutions.

Enter: Blog Experiment. I remember during the first two years of this blog, I did some blog experiments. Some are wild and crazy experiments. Some are boring experiments. Some failed abut some yielded good results that I am really proud of. So I would like to do some blog experiment starting this month of May 2014. Post Picture Now Blog Details Later.

Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Simple process: I will post pictures right away but delay the meticulous wordsmithing later. OK maybe wordsmithing may not be the exact word but putting in text/content may be better. In the future maybe I can add some 1-liner or 1-para introduction about the pictures. Maybe I will do it with some twist too like my six word memoirs experience. No deadline on the exact date on when the Blog Details Later (BDL) will come out but will do my best but the more important thing is the Post Pictures Now (PPN) part. The PPN part will also remind me that I still have open items related to that topic and interlinking the two posts will be good for the blog.

Let me try this blogging experiment and let us see if it will be a success. I will be backdating this post to yesterday (May 12) so that I can also do the first Post Pictures Now Blog Details Later today.

Wish me luck with this new blog experiment!!!

Facebook Hoax 2013: Philippines First Recorded Snowfall

I saw this from my Facebook News Feed.


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It was shared by some FB friends of mine. Wow! “Philippines’ First Recorded Snowfall“, and some my friends are asking if this is true. So out of curiosity I did some basic checking: OK Video is on YouTube, let’s see the text description from YouTube:

A bizarre highly unusual phenomenon shocked the southern Philippine residents as of this 8:00 am (UTC+08:00) there were confirmed reports that a 3 straight hours of heavy snowfall was reported to certain areas in the Southern region.

Wow 3 hours of heavy snowfall in the Philippines and yet Menard did not know anything about it (Menard FTW, he hid inside a cave somewhere along Ortigas avenue all-day again!!!)

And then I watched the video and with a replay I know it was TOO HOAX(ie) TO BE TRUE. Why? Read on..

OK some disclaimer first: I am not a video expert or a weather expert. I’m a normal IT-dude who is exposed to malware, social engineering and social media (read more about what I do full time here). So I will try to approach this Philippines First Recorded Snowfall issue from my areas of expertise and I will  try to make some sense out of it.

My observations:

  • Too many missing elements to be real news/newsworthy event. No exact location (Southern Philippines/Southern region only?) Is the news outfit reporting that lazy enough (or incompetent enough)  not to give the exact location? C’mon name the Province and City or Town, so that we can verify its authenticity.
  • Is news agency reporting legit? RB News and their logo, sorry haven’t heard of them :p
  • Exaggerated? Or is Media (Conventional and Social ones) in the Philippines that slow? 3 straight hours of heavy snowfall? 3 hours??? Social media (twitter, FB) isn’t that slow to pick up Bizarre events like this and I believe that the rivals biggie News/Media outlets (GMA,ABS-CBN,TV5,Inquirer,Rappler,etc) will catch the story and will make a big fuzz of it in all media.
  • Vague Details. Too many vague details in the video reporting
  • CC and Copyright Infringement. YouTube video text description got some copyright infringement warning then mixed it up with Creative-commons. Hehehe nice combo!

I originally tried to ignore this Facebook Hoax and  tried to get some sleep but seeing another barrage of Philippines First Recorded Snowfall: Is this true? via my FB timeline and 1 friend of a friend commenting that “this may be Malware, blah blah blah”


Screencap of my Friend’s Facebook Timeline showing her friend’s “may be malware” comment

I just smirked and said to myself: maybe I missed that malware from my breakfast menu (Thanks Ian for letting me use the screencap).

Given my observations above, I am giving a wild-guess that the people or group behind this video just wants to make it viral. Why? I’ve heard that viral videos in YouTube are good source of moolah, cash, kaching-kaching so #alamna. Wild guess lang naman ok?

Sorry I am still _NOT_ buying it. I will _NOT_ embed the video here at My reason: by embedding or re-posting the video I might just contribute to making it viral.

So this Philippines’ First Recorded Snowfall => Too Good to be True =>  HOAX for me OK 🙂

My advice to my FB Friends and readers: Do Not Share/ Do NOT Repost That Philippines’ First Recorded Snowfall video in FB. Let’s help remove some of the clutter in Facebook!!!

If you haven’t seen the video and want to contribute to make it “viral” you can cut and paste the link below

(FYI: my 1st viewing showed 200K+ views, now it got some 300K+ views already before posting this article)

Please feel free to repost/share this blog post/article to your timeline to help on the awareness campaign.

If you like this Snow in the Philippines hoax post, kindly view my other Facebook Hoax 2013 posts.


Facebook Hoax 2013: Graphic App Privacy Warning Hoax

In 2012 I featured several hoaxes circulating in Facebook here in my blog and launched my Facebook Hoax 2012 Awareness campaign. I think it was a good campaign so I am doing it again for this year 🙂

To start it off here is my story: Last night I saw another round of hoax-like fishy status updates from several of my friends and family members…

I tried to ignore it but when I checked my FB Android app this afternoon, I saw this Facebook Graphic App Hoax status notifications are invading my FB news feeds, with lots of DONE, Done and done comments from their friends!!!

Facebook Hoax + “Privacy”-sensitive FB friends = FTW!


I said enough is enough, this hoax needs some clarification in before it gets out of hand because the hoax seems to be attempting to do some Facebookprivacy scare” but in reality it just provides misleading information.

Honestly, this one seems to be a recycled hoax from last year. I saw the same steps in the previous “I Want to Stay Privately Connected with You” scare messages in Facebook in 2012, but this time, it uses the Graphic App (whatever that app is) as a legit term bait. I will not comment on the privacy concerns about FB Graphs Search function, I will leave that to other security and tech blogs to discuss in detail.

To all my Facebook friends and blog readers that have posted/read this Facebook Graphic App Privacy Warning Hoax please take time to read this post and spread the word. To summarize:

  • There is no such thing such as the Graphic App described in the Graphic App Privacy Warning Hoax (see text sample below).
  • Do _NOT_ confuse that Graphic App with the Graphs Search function of FB. They are _NOT_ the same.
  • Actually if Facebook users follow the instructions in the second paragraph, it will _NOT_ change any privacy settings. It will just control which updates will be shown for that friend. Meaning you won’t see any “Life Events” and “Comments and Like” from that friend anymore.
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  • Please DO NOT Copy and Paste the hoax in your status. Nothing serious will happen, but honestly it’s a waste of your time and you are just spreading misleading information and you are just adding to the Facebook clutter problem.

Here is the status text sample (actual text may vary)

Hello to all of you who are on my list of contacts of Facebook. I would like to ask a favor of you…. You may not know that Facebook has changed its privacy configuration once again. Thanks to the new “Graphic app”, any person in Facebook anywhere in the world can see our photos, our “likes” and our “comments”.

So, please, place your cursor over my photo that appears in this box (without clicking) and a window will open. Now move the cursor to the word “Friends”, again without clicking. Then click on “Settings”. Uncheck “Life Events” and “Comments and Like”. This way my activity with my family and friends will no longer be made public.

Now, copy and paste this text on your own wall (do not “share” it!). Once I see it published on your page, I will un-check the same for you. During the next two weeks, I am going to keep this message posted and I ask you to do the following and comment “DONE”. Thanks so much!

Again, I would like to request that you DO NOT Copy and Paste the hoax warning in your status. You are just spreading misleading information and you are just adding to the Facebook clutter problem. Be part of the solution and not part of the problem OK?

You don’t want to believe me? then read it via Hoax Slayer:


or visit Graham Cluleys blog for more insights:

I will try to find other  Facebook Hoaxes for 2013 and feature it here in

If you like this post, feel free to like, repost, share in Facebook, or tweet the link! Thank you!

Facebook Hoax 2013: Johns Hopkins Every Person Has Cancer Cells

I have been seeing this Johns Hopkins Cancer (Every person has cancer cells in the body) posts in Facebook. I remember getting it via email (spam) several years ago and I know its a hoax. And now its posted/shared on the “IN Thing” Facebook via comments and shares. I’m _NOT_ a medical practitioner or  a medical expert but hey Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center website already debunked the claims by this email and facebook hoax. So as an awareness campaign I am re-posting here in, the official statement on this issue from the official Johns Hopkins website:

Cancer Update Email — It’s a Hoax!
Updated April 2009


Information falsely attributed to Johns Hopkins called, “CANCER UPDATE FROM JOHN HOPKINS” describes properties of cancer cells and suggests ways of preventing cancer. Johns Hopkins did not publish the information, which often is an email attachment, nor do we endorse its contents. The email also contains an incorrect spelling of our institution as “John” Hopkins; whereas, the correct spelling is “Johns” Hopkins. For more information about cancer, please read the information on our web site or visit the National Cancer Institute’s web site at Please help combat the spread of this hoax by letting others know of this statement.

Another hoax email that has been circulating since 2004 regarding plastic containers, bottles, wrap claiming that heat releases dioxins which cause cancer also was not published by Johns Hopkins. More information from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Mythbusters: Please help curb the spread of this hoax by sending a link to this page to individuals that forward you this email.

The Truth about the “Cancer Update” Email

It has become such a problem, that the National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, and individual cancer centers like the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have posted warnings on their Web sites. Emails offering easy remedies for avoiding and curing cancer are the latest Web-influenced trend. To gain credibility, the anonymous authors falsely attribute their work to respected research institutions like Johns Hopkins. This is the case with the so-called “Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins.”

The gist of this viral email is that cancer therapies of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy do not work against the disease and people should instead choose a variety of dietary strategies.

Traditional therapies, such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, work. The evidence is the millions of cancer survivors in the United States today who are alive because of these therapies. We recognize that treatments don’t work in every patient, or sometimes work for awhile and then stop working, and there are some cancers that are more difficult to cure than others. These problems are the focus of ongoing cancer research.

We’ll go through each statement in the email hoax and provide real responses from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center experts.

Email hoax contentions #1 and 2: Everyone Has Cancer Cells

Cancer is a genetic disease resulting from a variety of mutations and alterations either inherited from our parents or, more commonly, acquired over time due to environmental exposures and behaviors, such as smoking and poor diet. These alterations turn off important cell growth regulators allowing cells to continually divide unchecked, explains Luis Diaz, a clinician-scientist in Ludwig Center for Cancer Genetics. This type of cell is called a malignant or cancer cell. Among the trillions of cells in the human body, inevitably everyone has some abnormal or atypical cells that possess some of the characteristics of cancer cells, most resolve themselves and never result in cancer, says Diaz.

There is no single or standard test for cancer. There are ways to screen for certain cancers with tests such as colonoscopy for colon cancer, mammography for breast cancer, PSA for prostate cancer, and the Pap smear for cervical cancer, and these tests can detect cancers in a very early and curable stage. For many cancers, there currently are no screening tests, and they are diagnosed when they begin to cause symptoms.

Diaz and other Kimmel Cancer Center researchers are working on new tests that detect abnormal DNA shed by cancer cells into blood and body fluids and have the ability to find cancers before they cause any symptoms. Approaches like this could lead to a broad-based screening test for cancer.

Tests like these also are being used to detect cancer recurrences and malignant cells left behind following surgery, and can find cancers that are not detectable under the microscope or in x-rays.

Other researchers are studying cancer stem cells. They are stealth cells that make up just a tiny fraction of a tumor. While small in number, investigators believe they may be the cells that drive certain cancers and lead to cancer recurrence. Therapies that target these cells are now being tested in clinical trials.

A team of our breast cancer researchers has developed a method that could make it possible to detect breast cancer from the DNA contained in a single drop of blood.

But, while evasive cancer cells are a challenge and the focus of ongoing research, it does not mean, as the email contends, that all patients, even those treated successfully for cancer, have cancers-in-waiting—undetectable but still there. People are treated and completely cured of cancer everyday.

Email hoax contention #3: A Strong Immune System Destroys Cancer

When it comes to cancer and the immune system, it is not a matter of strong or weak as the fictional report contends, but rather an issue of recognition. “The immune system simply does not recognize cancer. In its complexity, the cancer cell has learned to disguise itself to the immune system as a normal, healthy cell. Cells infected with viruses or bacteria send out danger signals setting the immune system in action. But cancer cells do not, explains Elizabeth Jaffee, co-director of cancer immunology and leading expert on cancer and the immune system.” By deciphering the methods cancer cells use to make them invisible to the immune system, Jaffee and team have developed cancer vaccines that have successfully triggered immune reactions against prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, leukemia, and multiple myeloma.

Email hoax contention #4 and #5: Cancer is caused by Nutritional Deficiencies and Supplements Will Correct Them

Dietary habits and lifestyle choices, such as smoking, contribute to the development of many human cancers, says Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson. Our experts recommend a balanced diet (see response #11) as a way of reducing cancer risk. In terms of supplements, Nelson points out that while they may help mediate vitamin deficiencies, taking doses above what the body needs provides no added benefit.

Email hoax contentions #6, 7, 8, 9, and 10: Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy Harms Normal Cells. Surgery Causes Cancer to Spread

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy kills cancer cells with remarkable selectivity, says Nelson. There are some temporary and reversible side effects common to cancer therapies, including hair loss and low blood counts. Limiting and managing these side effects is an integral part of treatment.

Surgery is the first line of treatment for many types of cancer. It does not cause cancer to spread. Cancers spread to other tissues and organs as a tumor progresses and cancer cells break away from the original tumor and travel through the bloodstream to other body sites.

Email hoax contentions #11, 12, 13, and 14: Cancers Feed on Certain Foods

The premise is that cancer cells feed on certain foods, and if a person refrains from eating these foods, the cancer will die. According to our experts, a poor diet and obesity associated with a poor diet is a risk factor for the development of cancer. However, there is no evidence that certain foods alter the environment of an existing cancer, at the cellular level, and cause it to either die or grow.

While there is such a thing as tumors that produce mucus, the mucus made by a tumor does not result from drinking milk. And, eating less meat, while a good choice for cancer prevention, does not free up enzymes to attack cancer cells, explains cancer prevention and control expert Elizabeth Platz.

Moderation is key, says Platz. As part of a balanced diet, sugar, salt, milk, coffee, tea, meat, and chocolate—the foods the “Update” calls into question—are all safe choices, she says. The real concern with many of these, particularly sugar, is that it adds calories to a diet and can lead to obesity, and obesity is a major risk factor for cancer. A balanced nutritious diet, healthy weight, physical activity, and avoiding alcoholic drinks may prevent as many as 1/3 of all cancers. Platz recommends eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables per day and limiting red and processed meats, like hot dogs.

Several Johns Hopkins experts participated in the World Cancer Research Fund – American Institute for Cancer Research report Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective, published in November 2007, which is considered by cancer prevention experts to be an authoritative source of information on diet, physical activity and cancer. Their recommendations for cancer prevention and for good health in general are:

Be as lean as possible without becoming underweight.
Be physically active for at least 30 minutes every day.
Avoid sugary drinks. Limit consumption of energy-dense foods (particularly processed foods high in added sugar, or low in fiber, or high in fat).
Eat more of a variety of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes such as beans.
Limit consumption of red meats (such as beef, pork and lamb) and avoid processed meats.
If consumed at all, limit alcoholic drinks to 2 for men and 1 for women a day.
Limit consumption of salty foods and foods processed with salt (sodium).
Don’t use supplements to protect against cancer.
Our experts recommend that people meet their nutritional needs through their food choices. While vitamin supplements can be helpful in people with nutritional deficiencies, evidence suggests that supplementation above what the body can use provides no added health benefit.

Email hoax contention #15: Cancer is a Disease of Mind, Body, and Spirit

Cancer is a disease caused by genetic alterations. Many times, these alterations occur through our own behaviors—cigarette smoking, a poor and unbalanced diet, virus exposures, and sunburns, says cancer prevention and control expert John Groopman.

How stress, faith, and other factors influence this is largely unknown. We would like people to be happy, loving, and stress free, simply because it is a nice way to live and can contribute to an overall feeling of well being, says Platz. There is no evidence, however, that a person prevents or causes cancer based on his or her state of mind.

Still, we understand that a cancer diagnosis can make patients and families feel stressed and anxious, and these are not pleasant feelings. So, we offer extensive patient and family services, including a cancer counseling center, pain and palliative care program, chaplain services and a meditation chapel, an image recovery center, and the Art of Healing art and music program.

Email hoax contention #16: Oxygen Kills Cancer Cells

Platz recommends regular exercise as a part of any healthy lifestyle, but says there is no evidence that breathing deeply or receiving oxygen therapy prevents cancer.

On its Web site, the American Cancer Society includes the following statement about oxygen therapy, “Available scientific evidence does not support claims that putting oxygen-releasing chemicals into a person’s body is effective in treating cancer. It may even be dangerous. There have been reports of patient deaths from this method.” Read more

Please pass this information on to family and friends.


Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center
Office of Public Affairs


Full article with links here:
Cancer Update Email — It’s a Hoax!

More related posts from Hoax Slayer and Snopes.

Let’s stop posting hoaxes in Facebook and other social media websites OK?

New Facebook Hoax 2012: Eating Pineapple Causes AIDS Hoax

We got hold of another recycled hoax for Facebook. This time its about a boy eating pineapple and surprise getting AIDS because of the pineapple 🙂

Read more:


A 10 year old boy had eaten pineapple about 15 days back, and fell sick from the day he had eaten. Later, when he had his Health check done… doctors diagnosed that he had AIDS. His parents couldn’t believe it…

Then the entire family underwent a Checkup… none of them suffered from Aids. So the doctors checked again with the boy if he had eaten out…The boy said “yes”. He had pineapple that evening. Immediately, a group from Mallya hospital went to the pineapple vendor to check.

They found the pineapple seller had a cut on his finger while cutting the pineapple, his blood had spread into the fruit.

When they had his blood checked… the guy was suffering from AIDS… but he himself was NOT aware.
Unfortunately, the boy is suffering from it now.

Please take care while u eat on the road side. And please SHARE this to your family and friends.
By: [name removed]

I remember that this hoax was the same one circulating via email some years ago. But I guess it was not a pineapple, I think it was a hamburger or maybe cheeseburger.

True enough here is some reliable links explaining the hoax

I advise my readers and friends to kindly STOP sharing these kinds of HOAX. Let’s make Facebook a better place OK 🙂

Facebook Angry Birds Cheats: Login Daily, Rewards and Prizes Awaits

Are you looking for some Facebook Angry Birds Cheats or some Facebook Angry Birds Tips? Then I will share another Facebook Angry Birds cheat that I have discovered 🙂

Facebook Angry Birds gives Daily Rewards whenever you login.

I logged in Facebook Angry Birds in Day 1 and I got this Daily Rewards:

I logged in Facebook Angry Birds the next day (Day 2) and my daily rewards was doubled

I logged again in Facebook Angry Birds the next day (Day 3) and my daily rewards was tripled:

So my Facebook Angry Birds Cheats for the day is: You should login to Facebook Angry Birds for 5 consecutive days, and you will get lots and lots of Daily Rewards. Because your rewards and prizes will be multiplied when you login to Facebook Angry Birds for consecutive days.

Try it now!!!

Hope you liked my Facebook Angry Birds Cheats post for the day!
Visit my other Facebook Angry Birds Cheats and Tips post 🙂


New Facebook Hoax 2012: Child with Big Bloated Stomach Photo, Facebook Will Pay One Dollar Per Share

I got another Facebook hoax for 2012 courtesy of my caring and sharing Facebook friends. The wall image

The photo of the girl/child in the new Facebook hoax has a bloated stomach, and one of the photos have a date 2010/08/28. With a promise that “Facebook will give $1 for every share to this girls family, so plz share this picture and help this girl”. Hehehe classic ?

note: images edited to protect identity of the girl

Original Text of the Facebook Hoax

PLZ read this…its very important for someone…
Its not always about being funny or making pplz laugh…we do wanna help others….so we r sharing this picture with U people….If u really care If u really wanna do something good then PLZ PLZ HELP this Girl……Facebook Will give $1 for every share it gets from this link….so PLZ if u wanna help this kid SHARE this picture and Help her…

And now, creative Facebook users have shared the Facebook hoax picture with different accompanying text.

This is another classic Sympathy and Charity Hoax similar to what I discussed in my previous post.

But this time the price of sharing has gone up (1 Dollar per share) and honestly I am worried that Facebook might run out of money soon (add *evil* laughter here).

I encourage my readers NOT TO RESHARE or REPOST this new Facebook hoax. Facebook will never give this amount of money just for sharing the photo; it will just annoy your friends and add up clutter to your wall and timeline.

To know more about some New Facebook Hoax for 2012, kindly view my other posts.


New Facebook Hoax 2012: Effects of Cold Water Heart Attack Hoax

I got another Facebook share from my inspiring Facebook friends claiming that drinking cold water after meals will cause oil sludge build up and will eventually cause heart attack. Scary?

The Facebook share comes as a photo share with an illustration of the heart in pink background and some warning text. The image comes with the header, EFFECTS OF COLD WATER and with the opening lines: “Please be a true friend and send this article to all your friends you care about“:

The image in the text then details a warning to those who like to drink cold water after meals, because supposedly the cold water will solidify the oily stuff the person consumes and will turn the oil into sludge. The oily sludge reacts with the acid and then other usual scare tactics blah blah blah then it will lead to heart attack.

Why I find it hoaxy and spammy? It uses the usual tactics, the use of words to relate to emotions, get sympathy and entices user into forwarding or sharing.
1. Giveaway hoax opening line:”Please be a true friend and send this article to all your friends you care about
2. Giving Medical and Statistics related data (not backed up by anything): “A cardiologist says that if everyone who reads this message sends it to 10 people you can be sure that we’ll save at least one life
3. Giveaway hoax closing line: “Its never late, forward soon” .

Disclaimer: I am not a medical expert so I may be wrong here.

But my gut feel and common sense suggest that I should blog about this false warning.

Really, I am smiling about the sending to 10 people; it was a basic email hoax catchphrase some years back. So I guess this Effects of Cold Water Heart Attack warning is originally from email hoax spam before and is now converted to fit Facebook share and other social network re-sharing mechanism.

Doing some more research on this topic points that this is a confirmed hoax as it uses older text from old email hoax. Read related notification at

I strongly suggest that we DO NOT SPREAD or SHARE these kinds of Facebook hoax.

Facebook Angry Birds Cheats and Tips

Angry Birds is now on Facebook!!! It all started on Valentine’ Day last week, I blogged about it here.

Are you looking for some Facebook Angry Birds Cheats or Facebook Angry Birds Tips then you are in the right place 🙂

I have played Facebook Angry Birds and its great! Facebook Angry Birds is like the original Angry Birds app for iPhone and Android but with a twist 🙂

Starting the game you will have the familiar episodes (Poached Eggs and Mighty Hoax) and the new  Surf and Turf Facebook exclusive episode.

So in the tradition of my six cafe world cheats, my six free android fix, my six free wow mount, my free six video posts, here are some six Facebook Angry Birds Cheats and Tips worth sharing

#1. Facebook Angry Birds have power-ups and knowing when to use the power ups will definitely give you advantage.

Here are some examples of the Facebook Angry Birds power ups

#2. BirdQuake Power Up will definitely cause a Quake and Rattle the Battle

#3. King Sling Power Up will boost and get you maximum velocity

#4. Sling Scope Power Up will help you target the Bad Piggies more accurately, so that you don’t shoot in the dark

#5. Super Seed Power Up will literally Super Size your Angry Birds

#6. And last but not the least: Do not cheat! Why? Cheaters never win!!!!

Angry Birds is a fun game and Facebook Angry Birds adds the social and friends dimension, so enjoy the game with your Facebook friends. Keeping the security mindset (always a core message for this blog), I highly recommend that you DO NOT run executable programs/apps that supposedly will do some magic trick for your Facebook Angry Birds. There are sites that are offering these kinds of tools and cheat engines and my advise is stay on the safe side. If you cannot determine if the app is good or bad (by knowing exactly what the app/exe is doing on the system/registry level (via reverse engineering or system monitoring, etc.) then DO NOT try to run it in your machine (whether you got a PC or Mac). Btw, this applies to your Android and iOS devices too! There are a lots of malware, spyware, keyloggers, and trojan downloaders out there that are masquerading as cheat tools and engines and fan apps.

I hope you like my Facebook Angry Birds post!!!

I will try to research and give more Facebook Angry Birds tips soon so visit this blog often 🙂

If you liked this post, kindly share/recommend this post in FB and/or like facebook page!

Update 2012.03.19
Kindly view my other Facebook Angry Birds Cheats post at:
Facebook Angry Birds Cheats: Login Daily, Rewards and Prizes Awaits