Instagram and Facebook went down, so of course everyone made jokes on Twitter

Sage Anderson

It's been zero days since our last internet incident.

If you haven't been able to post a status about your lunch, give your friend's OOTD a like, or check if your star sign is getting dragged on meme accounts, it's been a rough day for you. 

Facebook and Instagram have been experiencing issues across the globe on Wednesday, with both websites and the apps being intermittently down, and some features not functioning for many users. Facebook-owned WhatsApp has also been experiencing problems.

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Much like the iconic scene from The Office, we should all listen to the wise words of Michael Scott and stay calm people. However, the internet did what it does best — set itself on fire and ran to Twitter to react. 

“We’re aware that some people are currently having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps. We’re working to resolve the issue as soon as possible,” a Facebook spokesperson wrote in an email to Mashable. 

But for now, this could be a good opportunity to reflect on maybe taking a break from social media? Just for one day? No? Alright, back to Twitter it is. 

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