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Netizens take to Twitter to respond to Facebook outage

اپ ڈیٹ 05 اکتوبر 2021
The most amusing moment was Twitter's message on the application, saying "hello literally everyone". Reuters
The most amusing moment was Twitter's message on the application, saying "hello literally everyone". Reuters

Facebook's nearly six-hour outage on Monday prevented the company's 3.5 billion users from accessing its social media and messaging services such as WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.

Social media users, including Twitter official and food outlet, took to Twitter and responded on the situation.

Making fun of Facebook, a social media user shared a brief video clip from a Mr Bean's video and said, "Every Twitter user must feel like this."

Quoted an unknown Twitterati, a user said: "@Facebook was removed from #Facebook for violating #Facebook Community Standards."

In an amusing way, a Twitter user shared a meme which expressed emotions of Twitter during the outage. It said: "I feel like the king of the world."

Another user shared a picture of multiple helicopters and said in the message: "Whatsapp, facebook and instagram users arriving at twitter just to check if it's down."

The most amusing moment was Twitter's message on the application, saying "hello literally everyone".

Waving hand on Twitter's message, WhatsApp'sverified account replied hello.

In its reply to Twitter's message, Instagram added a face with spiral eyes and said: "Hi and happy Monday."

However, Facebook didn't reply to the message.

A famous food brand McDonald's in its reply to Twitter said: "How are you handling the fame".

In a funny exchange of tweets between McDonalds and Twitter, the food outlet asked what can I get you. Responding to the food outlet, Twitter said delivery of 59.6 million nuggets to its friends over direct message.