Maybe it’s still too soon. CollegeHumor.com has just released a video roast of Facebook. It even contains some professional roasters, including Penn Jillette as Google, Gilbert Gottfried as Twitter, and Lisa Lampanelli as FourSquare. Yet while Penn Jillette gets off to a good start, most of the humor comes at the expense of former social network superstar MySpace, and there is even a jab at Friendster, who’s too busy serving cocktails to get in on the fun.
What can he do? He has to make ends meet.
Most of the genuine Facebook jokes focus on privacy issues, with Google pointing out that of the three hours a day that people spend on average on Facebook, they spend about 2 hours 54 minutes trying to figure out their privacy settings. The truth hurts.
What they didn’t get to was Mark Zuckerberg’s latest idiosyncrasy: his penchant for eating meat that he himself has killed. The idea behind it is actually quite noble: “I think many people forget that a living being has to die for you to eat meat, so my goal revolves around not letting myself forget that and being thankful for what I have,” he explains. He started with lobster but has since worked his way up the food chain to slaughtering (and consuming) chickens, a pig, and a goat.