Mar 242016
Vague Statuses Facebook In Real Life Are Super Awkward

They’ve become a Facebook staple. You know, those emotional statuses by your friends that is just specific enough to suck you in, but too vague to give you the whole picture. Why can’t you trust anyone again?! What happened?

Of course, these vague Facebook statuses are on purpose. Jasonhorton demonstrates how annoying this statuses are by bringing them to life. 


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Feb 292016
‘Girls On Facebook’ Showcases The Drama Of Posting A Picture

You probably thought that posting a picture on Facebook just took a click. But behind that click is an emotional drama that many girls go through before, during, and after they post a picture of themselves. 

The girls of LeftOvers demonstrate what really goes on behind the screen in this hilarious sketch.  


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Jan 152016
Girl Discovers Boy She Crushed On In High School Has A New Girlfriend

Social media and Facebook are incredible devices that can keep us easily connected to the people we love. But what happens when it keeps you updated on the people you don’t want to keep in touch with? 

Hallie Bateman couldn’t help but hit the ‘record’ button on her smartphone when she witnessed her roommate have an emotional meltdown as she looked over her old high school crush’s Facebook profile and the new girl he is now with. This Hallie Bateman has gone viral with over 1.3 million views!


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Dec 092015
Republican 2015 Presidential Debate Real Slim Shady Rap Battle

Even though the 2015 Republican Presidential debate hosted by Fox News and Facebook took place a couple months ago, this video has only gone viral now after being posted on Facebook. Soon after the debate in August, Mike Beas had an epiphany and got to work editing the footage. What he ended up with was a glorious parody of Eminem’s Real Slim Shady that is sure to entertain.


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Nov 112015
How Facebook Is Stealing Billions Of Views

It wasn’t that long ago when YouTube was the king of the video world online. But now, Facebook has quickly become one of the Web’s top video sites. The thing is, most videos posted on Facebook are just copies of YouTube videos. Content creators on YouTube are getting screwed, while popular Facebook pages steal their videos and upload them as their own, rarely linking to the original. Kurzgesagt explains the tense situation in this new clip which ironically will probably end on uploaded to Facebook sooner or later. 


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