A Facebook secret message is being shared on a Coathilge message board.
The message has been shared by Facebook users across the globe.
The message is from a user named John, who lives in Ireland, and is from the Facebook Secret Messages group.
The user says that he was looking to buy a new phone, but he couldnt find any online sellers.
He had been reading posts on the Facebook message board, and the posts led him to a post from a group called “Coacht Facebook”.
The post was by a user called Karel, who said that he wanted to buy his phone, and he had heard about the Facebook secret messaging group.
Karel’s post said that, because of the Facebook group, he was able to sell the phone, to a man called Michael, who then sent it to John.
John’s post also said that Karel wanted to post a message on his Facebook wall, so that others in Ireland could see the message.
Kael told The Hindu that the Facebook post had made a lot of people very happy, as it was the first time that he had ever shared a Facebook secret with someone.
Kiel said that Facebook had made it very clear to him that the post was not meant for him, but that he could post it.
Facebook did not reply to The Hindu’s query about the authenticity of the post.
However, it is not the first Facebook secret that has made a person very happy.
Last month, a woman from Australia, named Elizabeth, shared a secret message from a Facebook group called Facebook Secret Chat that was posted to the Facebook page of her mother.
Elizabeth said that her mother was an avid Facebook user, and had recently started to use Facebook.
When she saw the secret message posted on Facebook, she was so happy that she was able, on her own, to post it on Facebook.
Elizabeth told The Huffington Post that she posted the Facebook link on Facebook so that she could share it with her mother, who was also a Facebook user.
Elizabeth had already been using Facebook for years, and said that she had never seen a secret post like this before.
“I think that the message was something very clever and beautiful,” she said.