I’ve been using Facebook Messenger to talk with my friend, but I’ve also been sending messages to him via a special code.
So, when he messaged me with a link for his hat trick, I thought he might be using a trick to get my friend to reply to me.
So, I clicked the link and, as it turns out, the code that he used to reply had already been activated on Facebook.
The trick to getting him to reply in the first place?
He was sending a link to a YouTube video.
The code is simple.
You just need to use the code to send an image to a friend, like this:This link is then automatically sent to a Facebook friend.
I have not yet figured out how to send the image directly to a specific friend, however.
When I clicked that link and sent it to my friend in the future, it might have gone unnoticed by him.
But, the more I thought about it, the better I figured out what to do next.
I went ahead and sent a video of myself getting my friend’s hat trick.
The message he got was, “Hello.
Your hat trick has been activated.
I’m not going to give you a screenshot because you can’t see the link, but here is the video that triggered it:Now, when you click the link to view the link in the video, it will open in a new tab on your browser.
If you scroll down and click on the “Show Video” link, you’ll be taken to a YouTube page that shows the video of my friend getting the hat trick from me.
You can even see the original video I sent.
“It seems to be triggering a Facebook message from a friend of mine.” “
Hmmm,” I thought.
“It seems to be triggering a Facebook message from a friend of mine.”
I clicked the like button.
The friend in question was his Facebook friend, and he was using the code for my friend.
As soon as he shared the link that triggered the hat-trick code, his friend got a response from him, and the hat got activated.
I’ve tried to post the video to Facebook before, but it’s very difficult to get the code activated in the timeline, so it’s a lot harder to find the link.
However, I did manage to find a link in my Facebook friends’ timelines that triggered this code.
It turns out that this code can also be activated from within the Facebook app itself, so you don’t need to go through any sort of fancy setup.
You just have to click the “share” button in the top right corner of the Facebook page, and you’ll see a message that says “Facebook’s code has activated.”
I tried this out and it worked.
When my friend saw the hat, he was delighted that it had activated.
He also commented that he would be happy to see it in person in a few days.
Since I’m not getting any replies from him in the meantime, I’ve decided to go ahead and have my friend reply to my hat trick video in person.
In case you’re wondering, the video he sent to me was a quick and easy video of me doing the hat.
I’ve already sent it over to a few friends, and they’re liking it.
There’s no way I can get the Facebook code activated, so that’s my only option right now.
But I’m glad that I finally found a solution that works for me.