Sharing Porn Facebook mistake. Any advice? Experiences?

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I was browsing google for porn on my phone last night. When I woke up today, I received a notification from 16 hours ago, along the lines of, "Oh my god! You pervert, why the **** would you share your disgusting perversions on Facebook?"
I realized this was in response to a picture I'd accidentally

I was browsing google for porn on my phone last night. When I woke up today, I received a notification from 16 hours ago, along the lines of, "Oh my god! You pervert, why the **** would you share your disgusting perversions on Facebook?"
I realized this was in response to a picture I'd accidentally posted, and I immediately deleted the post. It doesn't help that the picture was what could be considered the "weird" part of hentai. So, for 16 hours that picture was hanging there, online, for all my friends and family to see. I'm not sure if I've ever been so humiliated and shamed before in my life.

Best Answer:

Windowphobe: Trust me, there are always worse mistakes to come. As Taylor Swift might say, "Shake it off."

Other answer:

Windowphobe:
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Water:
You could tell a lie and say that you gave a 3rd party access to your Facebook in exchange for something and you gave them permission to post on your Facebook or something along those lines. Unfortunately or maybe fortunately I've had none of these experiences.
Riley:
after removing the post i suggest explaining it as a virus and or misclick of a ad on a site since their is many distriubing ads on the internet they will most likey believe you if not they'll forget about it in a week

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