Ten Facebook Tips: It started as an informational list on Mashable to help people optimize their Facebook usage, but it's become a top trending topic on Twitter, full of helpful and not-so-helpful -- and some of it quite telling -- advice about Zuckerberg's site.
Most of the tweets, which only seem to offer one tip and not all ten, encourage people to delete their Facebook accounts and switch to Twitter (and more and more seem to be ads for porn sites), but within all of the hullabaloo, we managed to find a few real gems.
Here is the (quite meta) top ten "10 Facebook Tips" rundown. We troll Twitter, so you don't have to.
#teamfollowback 10 Facebook Tips -Stop posting pics with bags of weed.& then get mad when ur job does a drug test
— ItweetUretweet (@No1Important2U) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips. 3. Everyone loves the girls with big boobs. No boobs no likes.
— God, the creator (@fuckoffbeth) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips ... Don't hashtag. Just don't do it.
— McLovin (@JessicaClemm) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips #7 ALWAYS fight on FB, it makes you look really tough. Bonus points for calling their mom a hoe.
— Rose Canales (@canalesrose) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips: Do not like your own status because that's awkward. It's like giving yourself a highfive in public..
— Sophisticated™ (@Jayy_Staxx) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips. If you update your status every 30 seconds... it's time to get a Twitter
— Jonathan Barsana (@jonbar123) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips 6.) Don't post pics of a deceased family member in their casket..
— Lance Whitley (@_LaidBackLance_) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips #1 wear clothes in your profile picture
— Funny Tweets™ (@SpeakComedy) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips: if someone puts "like the photo not the link" ALWAYS like the link
— ian (@IanSinkins) May 15, 2012
10 Facebook Tips - Don't try to friend your son after you've cut his hand off.
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) May 15, 2012
And there you have it. You can now get back to pretending to work while you secretly surf Facebook, more knowledgeable than you were just a few moments ago.
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