Rude Toy Story 3 hidden message? It’s another Facebook scam

The recent release of the Toy Story 3 movie is making waves not just because of its ability to make middle-aged men weep, but also because of a message that is being shared far and wide across Facebook:

See the SHOCKING picture!

Hardly ANYONE notices this when watching Toy Story 3

As the message appears to have been posted by one of your Facebook friends, you may well be curious to see what it is that he or she is pointing to, and click on the link.

Clicking on the link, however, takes you to a page which insists that you “Like” the page before showing you the “sick hidden message” from the blockbuster Pixar movie.

Of course, if you “Like” the page you are – in effect – advertising it to your fellow Facebook friends. But the page doesn’t stop there, it also insists that you…

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