Social media experts across the planet were shocked when they learned that one of their own was robbed after using Foursquare, the location-based social networking game. It seems that the new service PleaseRobMe.com is to blame. PleaseRobMe.com helps robbers locate people who constantly tell everyone when they are away from home and, as such, deserve to be robbed. For the shocking truth about this new service as documented by Mashable, click here.
It’s not clear whether Princess Tweep, who is best known as a leading #FunAgent, should be laughing or crying after robbers stole her relationship baggage from the closet in her guest bedroom.
“That baggage was with me for a long time. And, it’s played an important role in preventing me from moving forward with my life,” said Princess Tweep in a rare interview.
Witnesses say that Tweep might have been asking for this to happen since she invited robbers to take the relationship baggage earlier in the week.
“It was just a joke” said Tweep, defending her actions. “Everyone was doing it.”
So what precisely happened?
“Well, I was ‘checking in’ on Foursquare all over town today. I know it’s risky — but I lost one of my mayorships last week and I’m not going to let that happen again.” said Tweep. “Foursquare is very competitive.”
“When I came home, the door was ajar. It was strange, because I felt a little lighter, almost euphoric, upon entering the house – like a big weight was lifted off my shoulders.”
“I was overjoyed to finally be rid of all this baggage…until I realized they forgot something. I feel like the robbers were taunting me,” she said. “It’s just cruel to leave this behind.”
In a televised plea, Princess Tweep begged the robbers to come back and take the last remaining bag. “I’m happy to have it delivered to you. Just tweet me your location. No questions asked.”
Ironically, it’s Princess Tweep who may get the last laugh as the secondary market for relationship baggage is quite limited. Said the Police Chief, “Chances are they will have trouble offloading it, and it’ll end up screwing up their lives like it did hers.”
When asked if the robbery will change her behavior in the future, Tweep replied:
“Yes, absolutely, next time I asked to be robbed, I’ll be more clear in my Tweets, so they do a better job..”