Updated: July 23, 2016 2:31:17 pm
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will burst out laughing if he sees how his parody account ‘Not Mark Zuckerberg’ looks like. In parody terms, it’s pure gold. The description rightly reads: “My story is everyone’s story: boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy makes social network, girl and 1 billion others join social network,” obviously referring to the real story.
Though the actual user isn’t very active, he does pop up every now and then with a quip on what’s trending on Facebook, user grievances and the like — and all of that with a mean sense of humour. Take a dekko.
Wow, I can’t believe it’s been 46 years since 2015.
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— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) January 1, 2016
Considering how much you people rely on Facebook, I’m claiming all 1.35 billion of you as dependents on my taxes.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) April 15, 2015
I heard your criticisms of us making Messenger a separate mobile app, and I’ve finally responded by giving it a stand-alone website as well.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) April 9, 2015
Happy birthday, Twitter. Seems right to wish you this in a tweet, just as it would to wish Google+ on a message in a bottle thrown to sea.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) March 20, 2015
Friday the 13th is nonsense. Unlucky, wicked things don’t just happen to people. You need hard work, careful planning, and deceit. Trust me.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) February 13, 2015
Facebook turns 11 today. Like most 11-year-olds, Facebook has no interest in being on Facebook and instead fudged its age to be on Snapchat.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) February 4, 2015
1.39 billion Facebook users. If they were a country, they’d be the largest. And the most unproductive. But they would claim the highest GDP.
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) January 29, 2015
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) January 23, 2015
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