A new app is set to challenge the friendly appearance of users’ Facebook pages. EnemyGraph will allow creating enemy lists, posting them on your profile and even declaring war.
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headquarters on February 1, 2012 in Menlo Park, California
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Users of EnemyGraph app will be able to become 'Enemies' and ‘Archenemies’ with people, pages, and groups. You can also highlight ‘Social Dissonance’ with your friends. The app will even allow declaring war on any person or company that has a Facebook profile.
The Enemies list will appear on your profile and will be visible to other users of the application.
The creator of the app Dean Terry of the University of Texas at Dallas called the app a 'social media blasphemy' and thought that Facebook would remove the app, The Daily Mail reports.
“We give them a couple of weeks at best before they shut us down,” Terry says.
So far no action has been taken by the administrators and the app is there for anyone interested. Trending enemies now include the Westboro Baptist Church, Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer, racism, and tomatoes.