Instead of trying to ignore his messages, just discretely block him from chatting you.
Then they give the code to you if you're blocked from logging in and the block will be lifted.
Under "Settings," select "Security" in the left column and hit "Choose trusted contacts" in the "Trusted Contacts" row.
Click on your profile picture and find the little globe icon in the top right corner. Click on the "Messages" folder and in the top left, hit the "Other" button.
When you click on it, hit "friends." Make sure to do this for each picture, cover photos included. You will be taken to a new folder filled with all the spam emails that you probably never wanted to see anyway — seriously, half of them are from creepers.
Under the "Timeline and Tagging" section in the sidebar, go to "Who can add things to my timeline?
" to find "Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your timeline?
Under "Settings," select "Security" in the left column and check the box in the "Login Approvals" row, and you're good to go.
If you can't access your account, Facebook lets you program three to five "Trusted Contacts" who can receive special, one-time security codes from Facebook through a special URL.
By creating a list of relatives that are typically not fans of your party selfies, you can block them from seeing those posts without a problem.
To block a list from seeing a post, click on the two little people next to the date and time on your status, and choose "More Options," then "Custom." Type in the name of the list that you want to disable from seeing the post. This is for those persistent guys that you want to let down easy.
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