Facebook is celebrating its twelfth birthday by creating a virtual holiday called Friends Day and giving its users friendship-themed videos as a gift. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is reminiscing about simpler times ironically over on Twitter.
#BeforeFacebookI started trending last night as people on Twitter decided to look back at what life was like before the social network existed.
Another conference. “Great.”
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Here are some of the best ones we’ve spotted so far:
Remember when protecting yourself was as easy as locking the front door or wearing a helmet?
*Sets reminder to check in with Tom.*
It’s true. And we certainly didn’t ask strangers to come and crush candy with us before Facebook either.
Didn’t we all, Edward.
Or how often they go to the gym, what they ate for dinner, got for their birthday, when they got engaged, had an emotional moment, found inspiration in a misquoted meme…
Ah, sleep. I miss that.
What do you miss most about life before Facebook? Tweet us @TheNextWeb and let us know.