9 Times Facebook Was Analogised and Totally Nailed It

Whatever would have happened to social networking without Facebook? It’s hard to imagine, isn’t it?  It’s an entity we bare our life to almost every single day.  But, there are some people who like to see it beyond the sphere of the virtual social cacophony. To them, Facebook is relatable to other concepts way different from social networking. And surprisingly, the comparison is thoroughgoing.

Here Are The 9 Times Facebook Was Used Like An Analogy That Conveyed Its Purpose To Perfection:

#1: A Nice Place To Break The Ice. Agree?

Facebook is like a fridge

#2: Excuse Me, What FB ID Do You Stay In?

Facebook is like a college dorm. Regardless of the hour, somebody's up...also, somebody is drunk

#3: Game Of FB, Season ∞

Facebook is like watching soap operas. There’s a new episode every 5 minutes or even less.

#4: You Are Under Arrest!

Facebook is like jail. You sit around, waste time, have a profile picture, write on walls and get poked by guys you don’t really know.

#5: Deal With It.

Facebook is like a nagging wife. It keeps on asking what's on your mind.

#6: Spying Much, Eh?

Facebook is like a pair of sunglasses. You can look at people without them noticing it.

#7. No Peace, No Quiet, All Day All Night.

Facebook is like a nosey neighbour. It just wants to stay connected to look over your wall and see what you’re doing.

#8. Profound, This One.

Facebook is like life. People like your problems, comment on them, and even share, but do not share as everyone is busy updating their own.

#9: This Could Be Heaven Or This Could Be Hell.

Facebook is like Hotel California. You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave.

What’s Facebook like, to you? Do let me know.

Picture 2 base source: youniversitytv.com
Picture 5 base source: sheknows.com
Picture 7 base source: gold.uktv.co.uk

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