- Mark Zuckerberg has joined a private Facebook group for Harvard-themed memes known as “Harvard Memes for Elitist 1% Tweens.”
- No one is sort of certain why Zuckerberg joined, however group members love it so far.
- The Facebook CEO even invited his fellow Harvard-dropout, Bill Gates, to hitch.
It’s a private Facebook group, however no must be an alumnus of the Ivy League faculty to be accepted. Memes simply must be Harvard-specific and “apply to any group of wealthy, pretentious pseudo-intellectuals.”
No one is for certain why Zuckerberg, who launched Facebook in his Harvard dorm room and then dropped out to focus full time on the social community, joined the meme group. Perhaps he needed to blow off some post-midterm election steam. Maybe it was an try and make up for the final time he publicly examined considered one of his personal merchandise (see Facebook Live debacle right here). Perhaps he, like Elon Musk, simply actually loves memes.
At any fee, this is a have a look at how Zuckerberg’s introduction to the group has gone so far, as captured in screenshots by Business Insider’s personal Kif Leswing.
Zuckerberg got here out with a bang for his first remark within the group, saying: “This group is wonderful.”
Then, when prompted to have Bill Gates be part of the group to type a “dropout squad,” Zuckerberg accepted.
One group member posted a meme of Zuckerberg and was frightened he’d be banned from Facebook altogether.
The CEO assured him that no such factor would occur to which different group members applauded, calling it an “iconic moment.”
Another member responded to the scenario how any good member of a private-meme society would reply – with a meme.
Facebook didn’t instantly reply to Business Insider’s request for remark.
Also, it’s nonetheless to be decided whether or not Bill Gates will settle for Zuckerberg’s invitation to the group.