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What name do you go by on your Facebook account?

Edited by GreenReaper as of Wed 4 May 2016 - 18:12
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My furry name
13% (7 votes)
My real name, which is not the same as my furry name
40% (21 votes)
My real name, since I don't go by a different furry name
9% (5 votes)
I have separate accounts for each
6% (3 votes)
Some other name
2% (1 vote)
I don't have a Facebook account
30% (16 votes)
0% (0 votes)
Votes: 53


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I use my real name, but I noticed that Facebook added an "alternative name" feature in account settings under "change name", so I put my nickname there. Honestly, it's just as "real" - more people know me under that name, including at work.

On LinkedIn I stuffed it into the last name. Works fine and people can look me up under it (and I come up for 'furry', too).

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My furry name and my real name are pretty much the same thing.

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I technically have a Facebook account, from the time when it was open only to college students. I used it maybe a maximum of five times. It's currently deactivated, but I log on if I want to see something for which the site makes me log in, after which I deactivate it again.

Facebook is just too much for me to handle. Too much info.

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if you don't want to bother with having to keep deactivating facebook, you can just delete your profile entirely:

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i go by my real name on facebook but i post furry stuff anyway because everyone on my friends list knows i'm a furry anyway. i have no plans on adding employers or teachers or the like because i've read stories about this kind of thing that don't end well. :S

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I once got a very good job offer due to my FaceBook account. True story.

I don't think I would've gotten it if I was "Cross Affliction" or "Cruci Fox" or whatever.

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