Help Save Facebook From Idiots and Win an iPod Touch!

Cracked.com is giving away an iPod Touch, and we're doing it for a good cause: to make Facebook less annoying.

Chances are you or someone you love knows a Facebook abuser. They invite you to join insanely specific groups, write drunken messages all over your wall, and if you're unlucky enough, they might even use the poke function.


The poke has apparently gone way down hill.

Left in the hands of these people, Facebook's future is a grim dystopia swarming with fart apps and super pokes. Something far more idiotic than Mike Judge's Idiocracy, and nearly as dumb as MySpace.

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Sensing that something needed to be done, and because he has an awesome beard, columnist Ross Wolinsky gave us "The Ten Commandments of Facebook" a few weeks ago. Now we need you to enforce them. Use the below button to post Ross's article to your profile, or to anyone's profile who you see violating one of the commandments.

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Take a screen grab of your police work, email it to facebookcontest@cracked.com and you'll automatically have a chance to win an iPod Touch.


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