In this amazing find from Mashable, Cracked.com envisions each of the Internet’s major brands – Google, Bing, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WebMD, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Pinterest, etc. – as personalities at a frat party.
The setting is actually technically a workplace, with the ever-friendly Facebook ushering around a new employee to meet the cast of characters, but the vibe (as you can imagine the Internet would be in physical form) is 100% frat party-esque.
It is. Hysterical. Twitter’s moment of fame is at 1:00, with – yes, you guessed it – a verbal “hashtag” statement.
Our favorite moment might be when a disembodied voice in the background shouts to Facebook that he hates her new bandana, and she replies with a shrug, “Don’t care!”
What’s your favorite part? When Bing whispers to Google to find the right search results? When Pinterest’s DIY skills go awry?
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