Last night the world stopped (okay, we’re being overdramatic) when Messenger suddenly stopped working. Now, many of us rely on Messenger these days to communicate. So imagine just how many people were freaking out when it was suddenly impossible to message your loved ones, officemates, your kalandian (please be honest here). But while Messenger was down, people had a lot of time to — of course — create memes. If you want to relive the horrors of not being able to talk to your quaranfling, here are some of the funniest reactions to Messenger crashing:
For a moment we blamed our Internet connection
How many times did you turn off your wifi only to realize that it was actually Messenger’s fault?
Local internet providers taking the blame for nothing
PLDT: Receiving complains about messenger
— Bryan Caballes (@BryanCMinaj) December 10, 2020
We flooded our internet providers with rants, only to realize that they had NOTHING to do with this….
Looking for other options because we’re bored AF
— Arri (@ArriSenpai) December 10, 2020
Twitter saved us last night! Thank you for all the memes and violent reactions.
Double-checking if Messenger is okay…
It’s always were is Messenger, and not how is Messenger…
Joke’s on us — Messenger doesn’t believe in love
Did your relationship survive the two hours of Messenger being down?
What was going on at Facebook’s headquarters
*FB messenger is not working*
— ً (@boorikats) December 10, 2020
Let’s go Samsan Tech! (But Team Jipyeong all the way of course)
Which leads us to the question: Who was behind all this?
These twins never learn. I’m sure they’re happy breaking up our relationships (imaginary and otherwise) hmp.
Meanwhile, where is Mark Zuckerberg?
He really said, “Party first, Messenger second.” Salamat na lang talaga sa lahat, Mark!
How did Messenger’s abrupt crashing affect you last night? Tell us below!