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Everyone's favorite reptilian social media overlord is receiving a lot of heat for some goofy photos taken in Hawaii. Mark Zuckerberg was snapped while surfing in the island state - and his liberal application of zinc sunscreen is being mocked relentlessly on Twitter. The jokes range from focusing on his surprisingly shapely posterior to what an absolute mime nightmare the photos embody. We've put together some of our favorites, but a quick search for 'Zuckerberg' on Twitter will definitely yield some solid entertainment. Enjoy!
The internet has been abuzz with talk about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's brutal grilling of Mark Zuckerberg last week. and now we finally have a LOL-worthy meme coming from the questioning. While asking Zuckerberg about Facebook's policies towards lies in political ads, Ocasio-Cortez made a very stereotypically "Italian" gesture, and people on Twitter have been running wild with a photo of the moment. Here are some of the best #ItalianAOC tweets we've seen yet.
What episode of Black Mirror is this? Just a little unsettling to read through the tidal wave of comically wholesome feedback in the comments section. Looks like the world of Facebook users in this particular scenario have nothing but great thing to say about the Zuck.
For a lot of people, the use and abuse of their personal information by a monolithic data company isn't "hilarious." Privacy being a major concern on his own sites, you wouldn't think the guy would want to call attention to it. And you'd think if he did, he would at least have a punchline.
Everyone and their grandmother is doing the "How Hard Did Aging Hit You" challenge on Facebook, and honestly who wouldn't be intrigued by it? It's pretty crazy to see how much you've changed over the course of ten years! It seems like a pretty innocent challenge, right? Well, according to Twitter user Kate O'Neill, Facebook may have had some ulterior motives when they created it.