Short Bytes: In response to Facebook Reactions, people have responded with their sarcastic tweets on Twitter. Here’s the compilation of 17 funniest reactions to Facebook’s new reaction buttons.
However, not everyone was equally excited about these buttons. Of course, many people reacted with sarcastic tweets — yes, Facebook forgot to add the sarcasm button.
Here are some of the best reactions to Facebook’s new reaction buttons:
FACEBOOK STATUS: RIP, Grandpa.
"REACTIONS": 50 people 😆 this
— Call Your Reps Daily (@katiemcvay) February 24, 2016
I would react to the Facebook reaction buttons but there's no eye roll reaction button.
— Kendra Alvey (@Kendragarden) February 24, 2016
Our reaction to Facebook reactions. pic.twitter.com/RXEomc8dkK
— Monstercat (@Monstercat) February 25, 2016
These are too many emotions, Facebook.
— Andrea Romano (@theandrearomano) February 24, 2016
It's too late, Facebook. I am no longer capable of feeling emotions other than "like."
— peterkirn (@peterkirn) February 24, 2016
— Motherboard (@motherboard) February 25, 2016
Kudos to Facebook for realizing that deep human conversations can't happen if people only have one way to react to things. They need six.
— Matt Nedostup (@nedostup) February 24, 2016
I’ve had the new Facebook reactions for 20 minutes and I already accidentally “wow”ed the status of someone I haven’t talked to in 10 years
— Megan Hess (@mhess4) February 24, 2016
— Laz Alberto (@LazAlberto) February 25, 2016
Gonna try to get all 6 new reactions with 1 Facebook status. Thinking: "my dog died just as I was teaching her to be racist."
— J.P. McDade (@jp_mcdade) February 24, 2016
Wonderful news. Facebook finally added "reactions." You no longer have to "like" it when someone dies!
— Jack Douglass (@jacksfilms) February 24, 2016
Just used Facebook's new range of emotional reactions to register that my sister-in-law's picture of my baby nephew made me "angry"
— Erin Gloria Ryan (@morninggloria) February 24, 2016
What those new Facebook reaction buttons really mean. pic.twitter.com/NVEoHG8SI7
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) February 24, 2016
Facebook adding emoji reactions also adds another thing I have to explain to my mom about Facebook.
— Chip Dwyer (@chipdwyer) February 24, 2016
I can't figure out how to use these new Facebook buttons and it makes me love, sad, and old.
— Aimée Lutkin (@alutkin) February 24, 2016
— @midnight (@midnight) February 24, 2016
Good thing that we have more Facebook Reactions so we don't have to focus on using pesky punctuation and a vocabulary
— Jonny Loquasto (@JQuasto) February 24, 2016
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