Comments to this online-victim include "OMG I
LOOOOOVE YOU", "You know, I've always thought you were hot..." and other such highly embarrasing comments.
RFF feed off the disbelief of the online-victim when told by the original owner of the Social-networking account that it was actually a RFF talking to them.
RFF rarely make a relative an online-victim as it causes embarrassment and uncomfortable situation between the RFF and relative.
Note: The RFF usually has extremely bad grammar as they are rushing to cause as much embarrassment as possible before being stopped.
Online-victim: "Um, hey....thanks, you don't look to bad yourself."
Real owner: "OH MY GOD I AM SO SORRY! THAT WAS MY FRIEND!"
Online-victim: "What? No way. You're just regretting it..."
*RFF cackles manically in a corner*