On the evening of October 4, the "big three" apps of Mark Zuckerberg went offline: only the previously downloaded feed was available on Facebook and Instagram, but publishing stories, viewing archives and communicating in the messenger were completely inaccessible. It was impossible to reach out to your interlocutor through WhatsApp.
Worried users, in search of fun and communication, all went to other, "surviving" sites, which caused minor disruptions in their work. In particular, while Zuckerberg employees were "lifting" their applications to their feet, the influx of users was observed in TikTok, Telegram, Twitter and other services.
It was not possible to quickly restore the functionality of Facebook services - the process dragged on for 7 hours long and became costly for the industry (the largest application failure in the last 13 years).
During this time, only the lazy one did not manage to troll the "fallen" servers and Zuckerberg in particular: from the users of social networks themselves to representatives of apps of other services and instant messengers.
First, they made fun of the users of the "fallen" social networks. Namely, they pinned those who do not use Twitter.
The largest number of memes were created by Twitter users, who thus greeted everyone who came to the "light". The influx of applicants did not affect the social network: Twitter is almost the only one who really "did not fall".
By the way, even the "fallen" Facebook reached out to its users via Twitter. The inhabitants of Twitter also could not miss this opportunity and not troll the developers.
Then the famous already "meme" scenes from films and TV series were used.
And a few fresh moments from the current Korean TV series "Squid Game".
Also, users had time to practice humor on the topic of how Zuckerberg could fix the problems and who was actually to blame for the failure of social networks.