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    16 Photos That Sum Up Being On Facebook

    Why are there so many Minions memes on here?

    1. Minions memes:

    A Minions meme posted on Facebook that says "if you fart in public, yell jet power and start walking faster"
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    2. People on Marketplace who just don't seem to get how things work:

    A buyer on Facebook Marketplace asks if something is available, but when the seller responds, the buyer says to leave them alone and they will contact the attorney general
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    3. Interaction bait:

    A Facebook post with a typed-out conversation between God and Satan that insinuates that only God's children will comment "amen" and share the post
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    4. Inappropriate jokes posted by your aunt that are inexplicably from a page called "Minions Quotes":

    A joke from a page called "Minions Quotes" that says "butt plugs are all fun and games until you fart and shoot the cat"
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    5. Seriously, just...why are there so many Minions:

    A particularly horrendous Minions meme that goes through what the various bra size letters stand for, for example DD is "double dang"
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    6. Weird apps that are clearly trying to steal your info but people use them anyway:

    A screenshot of some kind of Facebook app where you have a conversation with the Coronavirus, the woman here is relieved because it tells her it's "only infecting unfaithful women"
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    7. Wildly mispriced items on Marketplace:

    An original Nintendo that's listed on Marketplace for $500,000
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    8. Casual misogyny in the form of bad jokes:

    A joke that says you'll only understand women when you understand why pizza is round but cut into triangles and put in a square box
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    9. Blatant misinformation in meme form, especially using George Carlin:

    A meme that says the government banned an almond tree because it prevents and treats cancer, but a commenter points out that it's not banned; it's regulated because the almonds contain a high level of cyanide
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    10. Grandparents who just barely understand how this whole thing works:

    My grandpa just got Facebook and thinks the status box is someone asking him questions from facepalm

    11. Commenters being confidently and wildly incorrect:

    A commenter ranting about how Obamacare is gone but the Affordable Care Act is still there and you can't get a cell phone through Obamacare anymore
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    12. People using photos as profile pics that are not a photo of their face:

    A post announcing a "complicated relationship" between two people but their profile pictures are a dog and a baby
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    13. Jokes that go over people's heads:

    A joke posted on Facebook: "as my friend was dying he handed me his epi-pen, it seemed important to him that i have it" and all the commenters are offering condolences for his loss
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    14. Unhelpful comments:

    A posted photo of a plant asking "please name this plant" and a commenter saying "George"
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    15. Adorably nosy grandparents:

    A grandmother commenting on her grandson's relationship announcement post saying "oh my goodness"
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    16. And finally, this guy:

    A meme about how guys in their 50s all post the same profile picture with an unflattering close-up of their face
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