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What do you do when both Gmail and Facebook go down on the same day? Talk about it on Twitter, obviously.
— Eva Sanguine (@EvaSanguine) December 10, 2012
So everyone is on Twitter asking why #Facebook is down. I love social networking.
— James Currie (@JCBelfast) December 10, 2012
That awkward moment when everyone goes to Twitter to find out why Facebook is down.
— That Awkward Moment (@SoVeryAwkward) December 10, 2012
Plenty believe it’s a sign of the end of the world; considering how much time some people spend on Facebook, it might as well be.
The Great Facebook Crash is just another reminder that the #Apocalypse2012 is only 11 days away. Start going down your bucket lists, folks.
— Jeff Brown (@starwart1) December 10, 2012
Oh GOD. The end is near! 12-12-12 is just a few days away. Facebook is down. Twinkies are dead. What’s next? Somebody check on Oprah!
— JimmyLaSalvia (@JimmyLaSalvia) December 10, 2012
The Mayan’s predictions are coming true…they started 11 days early by destroying Facebook cause many will die due to the lack of FB.
— David L (@StillNotDavid) December 10, 2012
Facebook going down is the start of the apocalypse. Get ready guys.
— Alex Racicot (@Alexetheus) December 10, 2012
I think facebook has been broken on purpose by god because the world is ending soon so that’s my view on the situation really
— Sophie(@sophierhymes_) December 10, 2012
OMG #facebook is down!! Ppl are driving off bridges right as we speak!
— Tom Colontonio (@tomcolontonio) December 10, 2012
Facebook is down! Uni students everywhere are throwing themselves out of library windows. No means of procrastination! What do we do?! Ahhh
— James Deacon (@1Deacs) December 10, 2012
Facebook is Dead!! WTF!! twitter.com/TonyMichoacan/…
— TonyMichoacan (@TonyMichoacan) December 10, 2012
So, where were you during the great Facebook outage of 2012?
Facebook is down. Emerges into sunlight. Squints. Breathes air. Speaks to actual human. Is this what I did in the olden days?
— Andrew Günsberg (@andrew_gunsberg) December 10, 2012
BREAKING: Facebook being down right now has forced the FarmVille addicts outside to see that they have dying gardens in their real yards.
— Jason Pollock (@Jason_Pollock) December 10, 2012
— Dave Gardner (@whereisdave) December 10, 2012
Now that Facebook is down i feel like a free man, im already halfway through the cure for cancer and how we can live on mars.
— Tom Moran ☺☻ (@tomisntcool) December 10, 2012
Facebook is down – how many women will give birth 9 months from now because they couldn’t “like” fun pictures of cats for an hour?
— Robbie Rozelle (@divarobbie) December 10, 2012
I might go outside on my bike and make a den, or build a tree house now that facebook is down.
— T✪M (@1TD) December 10, 2012
Facebook is down. Productivity level all over the world increases by 140%.
— Ziad Sk. (@ZiadS8) December 10, 2012
Facebook is down? It…feels different. Oh my god, breathe that air. I’m free. FREE HA HA FREE! Wait’ll I tell everyone– *refresh* *refresh*
— Michael van Baker (@thesunbreakmvb) December 10, 2012
… and it’s back.
And Facebook is back. Must have been all that new governance and policy language they needed to update on their website.
— Social Media Club (@socialmediaclub) December 10, 2012