Well, if can you apply for the CEO role at Yahoo, you should probably be able to apply for the coveted position of boyfriend. To a total stranger, who posted on, erm Facebook. But, ladies, with skills in cuddling, shopping, and, ah, oral pleasure (yes, he’s talkative), this fella appears to be quite a catch. [...]
Our friends at Retronaut posted this rather provocative selection of vintage Internet screenshots created by the ever-witty Jesse Eisemann. What a shame Twitter wasn’t around in the 60s. Old school Dylan would have carved that channel up.
The premise of this video is simple. According to Youtube user, theYONGchannel: ‘My Mom recently joined Facebook. Please enjoy a funny little collection of actual voicemails my Mom has left me regarding the problems she’s had with Facebook’. Haha! Parents are so funny. Right? Right!
On The Museum of Me, you can create and explore a visual archive of your social life. This is a pretty amazing website. If you’re on Facebook, you have to give this a go. It will definitely bring a smile to your face.
Our friends over at the comedy website, Sad and Useless, have created a foolproof way to ‘help you to be a more socially acceptable alcoholic’ via your Facebook profile picture. We like. Of course.
I read Bill Bryson’s A Short History of Nearly Everything and emerged out the other end even more confused about what really happened than before. So thank you College Humor and Mark Zuckerberg for simplifying what was evidently a most complex period of time.
Our friends over at College Humor have done it again. They’ve trawled the depths of Facebook to find a selection of cringeworthy ‘romantic’ interactions. Really? Really. Read on and be bemused.
Our friends at College Humor have done what they do best: taking the mickey out of those hapless folk who never get just how public Facebook can be. Laugh? Yes, it’s always so much more fun at someone else’s expense.
Our friends over at Somecards have compiled a spanking good collection of the 35 best obnoxious responses to misspellings on Facebook, which only goes to prove that to err is human, to poke fun at it is damn funny. Sometimes.
Hahahaha! [cough splutter wheeze]. The James Face project sees Oli and James going into the Facebook page of their friend, James, taking his uploaded photos and changing his face or overall appearance slightly, then putting those altered photos back on Facebook. Apparently he doesn’t like them doing this. Oh. We wonder why?
Flowchart or Flowchat, that is the question. Or at least, it is in the mind of College Humor’s resident humorist, Caldwell Tanner, who has created the ultimate guide to navigating this increasingly murky social conundrum.
So some three quarters of the world are doin’ it, yet many have no idea what they’re actually doing. No, no, I’m not talking about that, but rather Facebook. Which is why epic Facebook Fails are still so damn funny, as our friends over at Oddee have reminded us.