Remember when you were in elementary school and you liked a boy or girl and a best friend would pass them a note that said, "do you like (whoever). circle yes or no."

I am sure at some point in our young lives we were all guilty of either writing and passing such a note or of being the one talking one of our friends into writing and passing such a note.

Now with kids being so attached to their electronics and social media nowadays; these notes might be posted on Facebook, Instagram, or even Twitter rather than passed in class.

Still pretty juvenile, but hey kids will be kids.

On the other hand, if you're Dr. Phil and you post something like, "If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her? Reply yes or no to @drphil #teensaccused" on your Twitter feed; you might just find yourself in the middle of a firestorm of controversy about your motives for such a post.

According to Dr. Phil, the post, intended to start discussion, was not authorized and was taken down as soon as he saw it.

This is a good example of why adults should stick to what they know and leave social media to kids.

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