Fail 2.0: How to lose friends and alienate people through social networking

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Trash MySpace: The house parties that went wrong

Trash MySpace: The house parties that went wrong

We've all been there. The teenage house party gone wrong. But thanks to social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, these days things can go really wrong.

Last January Australian teen Corey Delaney posted his party invite on MySpace while his parents were away. 500 guests, numerous complaints, a police visit and one neighbourhood riot later, Corey remained defiant, and is even attempting to launch a world tour on the back of his exploits.

More:
Aussie party boy Corey Delaney finds stardom online
Teenage girl arrested after Durham MySpace house party

 

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