I'm sending this girl a text from the most popular girl's phone in the school. I'm going to say that this girl doesn't want to be friends as a prank.
Why do you have a phone that is not yours?
It fell out of her bag. Ummm... what is netiquette?
You shouldn't be doing that. Why do you have her phone anyway? Have I not taught you the rules of netiquette?
I think I understand now! You're right, I shouldn't send something rude, even if it's just a prank. I will return the phone.
Netiquette is a set of rules online for how to stay safe. You can't pretend to be someone else, like you were about to do. To follow these rules, you must not post something about somebody that is insulting or rude, and you can't send a rude email to someone, especially if its not from your email.
Callie is the biggest prankster in her school, but she has never pranked someone with a phone before, so she doesn't know the rules of netiquette.
Callie's mother knows all about social media and its rules. She is the owner of Twittagram.
Callies's mother taught Callie all about netiquette and how to stay safe online, and how to avoid being cyberbullyed, by logging out of your email every time you are not using it, or not sharing your password.