Your answers shouldn't show on FB, even if you have liked MH, or connect to MH with your FB account. We don't ever auto-post anything on FB, but it is possible that someone else could share your answers with FB, but it still shouldn't connect with your FB account, and show your friends that it was shared.
OMG....the same thing happened to me yesterday. One of my photos somehow got linked to FB and when I saw it, it was very embarassing because of the people in the photo and the comments that were made in reference to the picture that was posted on here!
I immediately hid the photo comment that linked it somehow to MH. But I don't know how many people saw it. How in the heck did that happen? Also today I have a Baby Bump album on MH. I have NO Baby Bump or idea how that happened!
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