Twenty (20) Facebook Fails To Make You Feel Better About Your Day

Even with the best of intentions, everyone on Facebook inevitably says or shares something stupid. The odds of making an iconic error are exponentially higher, with 1.32 billion users using the site daily. At least, when you mess up, there’s still a captive audience waiting to laugh.

Don’t be afraid. It’s not as bad, no matter what you did, as this cringe-worthy Facebook fails.

The 20 best Facebook fails of all time.

1. When Facebook fails itself

While some Facebook users, either by laziness or hubris, have made utter asses of themselves, it is important to note that sometimes it’s Facebook that fails. Jamoheehoo, the Imgur user, posted this photo only to find that Facebook had a racial blind spot in its facial recognition. We are most impressed that facial recognition felt the subject could clone himself.

2. Celebrity grandma

Each individual embellishes elements of their lives. You could say that you finished second in a high school race or had more dates than you did. It’s a subtle way to slip a lie by someone, so if you’re going to brag about your grandmother’s military service, make sure that none of your buddies saw her on ABC TV in combat.

3. God is a comedian

This modern-day Lott made the critical error of boasting about being under the safety of the Almighty. God may appreciate your commitment, but he is a comedian, and it was time to test a new set on the car of this believer. Hopefully, God sent their way to the free AAA.

4. Beware of your DM inbox.

The issue with scumbags is that they spend their days searching for ways to become scumbags. While trying to inspire its feed, this consumer learned the hard way. Men, you can never give a dick pic to someone you’re not already in any sort of relationship with under any circumstances. And even though you’re in a relationship, never submit one that’s not being demanded.

5. God bless the Swiss.

For years, Facebook and the email forwards of especially talkative uncles have circulated this meme, but it has never been so brutally shutting down as by Drew Sheckler. A Swiss resident, Sheckler, clarified precisely what makes Switzerland different from us. The universe that he portrays sounds unreal.

6. No one is more savage than your mother.

They say a lawyer should never ask a question in court to which they do not know the answer, but for people whose parents are on Facebook, the same can be said. For most children, being humiliated by a parent is nothing new, but few experience their mom’s WWE-level body-slamming quite like this particular offspring. This burn will be felt far into Thanksgiving.

7. F you Mark “Zuckerberg.”

Take a moment to reflect on what you are doing while making a point online. “On Facebook, yelling, “I hate Facebook” is the social media version of the old joke where the guy says, “Doctor when I do this, it hurts.” You just have to stop doing it at some point.

8. Grammar is hard

As an English major may testify, our society’s inability to learn the distinction between their travesty, there, and there. Fortunately, this little angel has a mom who got her started early. Is it too late for this kid’s teacher to launch GoFundMe?

9. The Lord works in mysterious ways.

Ironically, this Facebook user quoted Luke 1:37 because that passage tells the story of an angel promising Mary that she will conceive immaculately. God shines through, according to this freshly smitten Facebook user. Given that you find a page that allows you to complete your order.

10. Mother knows best

Similar to the Scared Straight curriculum, there are Facebook posts that could easily be taught at colleges. One of them is this. Scientifically precise? No. Are you referring to it? Yes.

11. Look twice before you meltdown.

It pays to take a deep breath sometimes and think before you hit send. Are you looking at a graphic image of the finger-sized penis of a man, or did you just misidentify the Magic Eye vacation? This Facebook user, thankfully for us, didn’t take that deep breath.

12. Someone, please teach dad how Facebook works.

Teaching your parents how to use Facebook can be annoying, but just remember: Each lesson you give them is an opportunity to never accidentally find out that your dad is a creep. That emotion is priceless.

13. Confidence is all you need; take it from me.

People do not give sufficient credit to the power of positive thinking, but there is such a thing as too much positivity. Sure, everyone appreciates the pep talk, but if you’re going to take your third exam, maybe don’t tell your friends they’re going to be okay if they’re going to take the same approach as you.

14. When your Aunt says, she needs a good “plowing.”

Innocent parents, aunts, uncles, and grandparents who have no idea why what they’re saying is hysterical are among the greatest gifts the internet has given us. Thank God somebody finally gave them a good plow.

15. This buzzkill isn’t getting any pizza.

In life, everybody faces personal tragedies. It is heartbreaking, yet it’s universal. What we do when we face these tragedies is the question. Do we take a step back and try to make the world a better place or do we get stupid pizza games online and ruin them?

16. Points for creative problem solving

Not everybody on Maury can get booked. The ability to tag people on Facebook will always be there for you when the producers let you down.

17. Your loving parents

Part of growing up is accepting that your parents are in a relationship just like any two individuals. You just have to hope they do it with grace and dignity if they are not married and are out there dating. Perhaps you should show them how to make their Facebook profile private to spare you moments like this if that’s not an option.

18. Christians don’t believe in the Zodiac Killer.

Politics rarely brings out the best in people, but sometimes it leads to the best Facebook moments of stupidity. Amanda knows what she believes in, both in her faith and when it comes to a Republican candidate. She’s not a cop, we hope, or else this nation may never find out what happened in the 1970s.

19. Are you in the Facebook Marketplace for a new friend?

Posts from the Facebook Marketplace rarely represent humanity at its best, but this example (of course, Florida) tugs at the heartstrings. Some people want to sell used DVDs, but this resident of Florida is just looking for a buddy. This is not what Lord Zuckerberg had in mind when the company launched the marketplace, but it’s quite sweet.

20. Are you Vegan?

On Facebook, you need to be careful about preaching. You could say something offensive on your feed someday, like “Hmm yummy, pizza…” and open Pandora’s Box. The first plague. David is here.


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