10 Top Funniest Facebook Status Updates This Week [eps.12]

Facebook Fun!

Facebook Fun!

Every day, I come across a few hilarious status Facebook updates. Some of them are so funny, that I actually feel stupid laughing all by myself!

Therefore, I invite you to invite you to enjoy our twelfth list of the 10 top funniest Facebook status updates.

1. Egypt needs a new president. I need a summer job. This could be perfect.

2. Windows 95 is not a virus. Viruses DO something!

3. I had a girlfriend once, but then she changed her screenname…

4. Having a smoking section in a restaurant is a little like having a peeing section in a swimming pool!

5. My friend always speaks with a lisp… Makes me wonder, who’s cruel idea was it for the word “lisp” to have a “s” in it?

Google Jumps in to Aid the Egyptians

People in Egypt today are hoping to organize a million man March, and the government has cracked down on all communications channels. Their last internet server provider, the Noor Group, has gone offline and there are talks about shutting mobile networks as well.

A Voice From Egypt

In a move that truly displays that there is still a caring and beating heart inside of the company, Google has released a service especially for the Egyptians so that they will be able to communicate with each other and the world. The new service will allow people to call in on specific numbers and be able to tweet their phone calls through the speak2tweet Twitter account. Tweets will be posted under the #Egypt hashtag with links to the phone calls. People will also be able to listen to the latest tweets, on this account, using the same service. In an environment that is starved for information, this will truly contribute and help in not only aiding the spread news but also in organizing.

Social Media Utilized to Organize Protests in Egypt

The protest movement in Egypt is taking advantage of social media to communicate, inform and organize. “Despite attempts to block Twitter, Facebook and other sites (the government denies it was responsible), a Facebook page devoted to Friday’s planned protests had more than 80,000 followers as of 2 p.m. ET Thursday, compared with some 20,000 the […]

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