What just happened? Can somebody tell me why some profiles are out of my reach? Could this be because they all got banned from this site?
I know I'm still new on this site, but what just happen is really weird, at least to me, anyway. I was going to give some pagpaparangal to my friend, Nikola, who's from Montenegro, but for some reason I landed on Fanpop homepage instead. Why is that? His username is F_F_F. He's a big tagahanga of Finnick's and his kasabihan was Finnick tagahanga forever. F_F_F is an acronym. That explains his username. Okay, I agree, he could find some better username, but still, it's really weird! But, wait, there's more! That's not the only case of a bista sa tagiliran out of my reach. The same thing happened when I tried to give some pagpaparangal to my other friend on this site, Ricky, or Ricky_M. (M stands for Marsden, his last name!) Both of them joined this site about a week nakaraan and now I can't reach any of them. How is that even possible? What are the odds they both left this site in a hurry, without even saying goodbye to their friends?? I don't buy it! What is the real reason behind all that? Maybe somebody can tell me. I don't think they would quit Fanpop, not like this. So, what happened? Is it possible they both got banned from this site? How can you get banned, after spending only a week or two on this site?!? Can anyone get un-banned from this site? Did anyone who got banned ever got back again? What could possibly be the reason for getting banned?? Now, I know that my friend, Nick, or F_F_F, is into Wincest (not my thing!), and that my other friend, Ricky, is from Canada, but I don't think they got banned for that! Can you get banned from this site, if Fanpop moderators, or people who run this site, don't like your username, or your country, or your taste in fandoms, or even your user icon, or if someone, like Ricky, was using his real name instead of a username on this site? Can you get banned for posting stuff such as wallposts, or music videos, in your own language? People in Montenegro speak almost the same language we do in Bosnia, as well as the people in Croatia and Serbia, all parts of ex-YU, so we all