You just wasted 5 minutes of your time finding out the answer to some stupid riddle, but at least you didn't get a virus! Aren't you proud of yourself...
We all hate these new Facebook groups. It's become the trend recently to make a group promising an answer to a riddle or a funny picture if you just become a fan and do some sketchy online survey. Well no longer will you have to suffer this terrible plague. Today I will be teaching you how to hack these groups and get that answer, without getting a virus too.
Log on to Facebook. After playing FarmVille for a while and harvesting those darn pumpkins, go to your News Feed. More than likely, one of your friends has joined a group named something along the lines of "THE MOST IMPOSSIBLE RIDDLE EVERZ!!!11!" or some other h4x0rZ crap. Click on it.
Step 2: Finding the Source.
Become a fan, invite your friends, whatever. Once you get to the last step, click on the link and go to the survey. Once you're there, don't click on any of the links: they're probably spam or phishing sites, even if they don't seem to be, I wouldn't trust them. Right click anywhere on the page and a menu should come up. Click "View Page Source" and you'll be on your way.
Step 3: The Grand Finale.
Once you're at the source, one of two things will probably happen. Either a) the answer will be carelessly embedded in the code for you to see, most likely prefaced by several lines of "SCROLL DOWN! SCROLL DOWN!" or b) there will be a link, next to some code saying "The Answer" or "Click here to see the answer!". If b happens, all you have to do is copy and paste the link into your address bar, click View Source again, and find the answer in that code.
It worked out for me that the group I chose followed example A.