With the way the Internet works nowadays, it was only a matter of time before someone used Facebook's Look Back feature for something zany. We gather the funniest ones here!
Last week, Facebook celebrated its tenth year in the social-networking biz. To commemorate the feat, the giant site released a feature called Look Back which collects the highlights of a user's Facebook account in one short clip.
It was supposed to make us feel we're part of the party. Others (read: Internet users with so much time on their hands) felt though that it could also be used to poke fun at some of the most controversial and popular personalities today, both fictional and real. Hence, the creation of Look Back parodies!
Below are eight of the funniest of 'em parodies! Bet you didn't see this coming, Zuckerberg!
THE ONE FROM DARTH VADER'S ACCOUNT
Apparently, Darth Vader is on Facebook and, based from the number of Likes he got, he has a super busy profile! However, we wonder why his post about him being Luke's father got "only" around 4,100 likes. C'mon Star Wars geeks, you can do better than that!
THE ONE FROM JUSTIN BIEBER'S ACCOUNT
As the whole world knows, and much to the ire of his Beliebers, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is a parody magnet. Probably not made by a fan, the Bieb's Look Back video details his descent from being an innocent singer to a not-so-innocent singer hanging out with black dudes in his bedroom. What, no mention of his one-on-one b-ball game with coach Chot Reyes in Tacloban?
THE ONE FROM A CAVEMAN'S ACCOUNT
Because it's a lie that Facebook was just invented ten years ago, here's the Look Back video of a caveman. Now we know when the wheel was first invented. We bet that iRock is one tough gadget. (Ha ha! We made funny...)
NEXT: Check out Janet Lim-Napoles' Look Back!
Ang 'Patay Na Si Hesus' ay salamin ng pamilyang Pilipino
Let's work on the premise that The King waives his no-trade clause
A short history of deadly, demonic toys
You might already have it on your bathroom shelf
Don't fork out that cold cash just yet