This "website" is really just a redirect to a Facebook search for friends who like Trump. If you're in the mood to shed some dead weight from your social obligations, this is the perfect tool.
Apparently this handy link originated from Gabriel Whaley, an internet troublemaker also known for the infinite text-in-progress gif.
Utah man Jason Hewlett "cheated" on his wife, but she had no reason to even be upset.
Well, he didn't really cheat on his wife. He saw a super sexy lady in line at Target and thought, "Boy, some guy is super lucky."
He then realized that woman was actually his wife! His Facebook post recounting this adorable story has been shared over 75,000 times.
Phuc Dat is having one Bich of a day.
A Facebook post by a man named Phuc Dat Bich (pronounced "Phoo Da Bic") is picking up steam. He says his Facebook page has been shut down several times by Facebook because the social media site thinks he has a fake name.
And because it sounds like, well, you know—some curse words.
The post was created back in January, but it's getting more recent attention since an Australian newspaper got wind of it.
Long story short, his name is Phuc Dat Bich.
Breakups undoubtedly suck.
And seeing your ex in your Facebook Newsfeed continues to suck for many months after going through a tough breakup. But Facebook wants to ease that pain.
The company announced today a new feature that would soften the blow of any exposure to your ex on the platform.
When a person changes their relationship status on Facebook a series of options will appear.
You can limit what your ex-partner sees (photos, videos and status updates) and what you see from their profile.
"This work is part of our ongoing effort to develop resources for people who may be going through difficult moments in their lives. We hope these tools will help people end relationships on Facebook with greater ease, comfort and sense of control," Facebook said in a blog post.
Sounds great, Facebook. Now can you delete all those couple's Instagram pics for us?
With any tragedy nowadays, the hashtags and social media statements don't take long to pop up.
Facebook activated an option to overlay an image of the French flag over user's profile pics after terrorist attacks led by ISIS last week killed 129 people in Paris.
People were quick to point out that an attack on Lebanon carried out by the same terrorist group one day before received little attention.
Well, this fixes that.
All Flags Profile Photo Converter allows users to add every flag of a country targeted by ISIS to their profile picture.
The flags featured include: Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Pakistan, Yemen, Nigeria, Cameroon, Bahrain, Russia, France, Egypt, Algeria, Afghan, Libya, Chad and Kenya.
There's no way for anyone to be offended now, right?
This story seems like the screenplay to a romantic comedy, but it is totally real. And adorable.
Ellie Farnfield was traveling to London on a train to teach a fitness class when she became disoriented and suffered a seizure.
She woke up at the train station confused and holding a note and money from a man named "Tom" who said he had helped her during her ordeal.
"Hi Eleanor. I hope by the time you read this you are feeling better. You had a seizure on the train and I took you off.
You didn't hit your head but I may have hurt your leg as I walked on it before realising you were on the floor having a fit! Sorry!
I'm also sorry I can't stay with you now but here is a coffee to perk you up later and £10 to make sure you get a taxi home.
Sorry I don't have anymore money so I hope you don't live far away. I've contacted people from your phone and medical help is on its way and you're with train staff.
Wishing you all the best and a quick recovery. Love Tom."
Farnfield is now trying to find Tom to thank him with the hashtag #findtraintom on Twitter.
How lovely was that need more people like this #findtraintom— becky osmann (@beckyo82) October 27, 2015