Unless you’ve been boycotting all Social Media this week (the #DeleteFacebook movement gave it an admirable attempt), you’ll know that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been in front of Congress to give his testimony in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
It was an odd mix of misleading answers, confused glances, endless awkward silences, and monotonous questions, which Google could have answered in minutes.
With Facebook’s privacy and data settings under fire, you would have thought this to have been taken as a serious and important moment in the history of Social Media.
Fortunately, the Internet had other plans.
With Zuckerberg perched upon a booster seat, and a constant look of eerie detachment etched on his face, the Facebook mogul hadn’t a chance in hell to escape the dreaded Twitter storm coming his way.
Here are some of our personal favourites from the past two days:
Almost feel bad for Zuckerberg. There’s no way he left that room full of old people without having to set up their wifi.
— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) April 11, 2018
Mark Zuckerberg in a booster seat looks like he’s about to ask the waitress for chicken fingers and apple juice pic.twitter.com/oGA6RkGE4S
— Jules (@Julian_Epp) April 11, 2018
— Mike Tokes (@MikeTokes) April 11, 2018
— Mashable (@mashable) April 11, 2018
#Zuckerberg: “You’re not allowed to have fake profiles on Facebook.”
— Nev Schulman (@NevSchulman) April 10, 2018