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I wonder what these Facebook vs Google+ pictures mean...
posted August 22 2011 7:50.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I wonder who made these Facebook vs Google+ pictures and gif animations, and what they mean...






























































Tags: internet related   animation   facebook   google   social network   crazy photo/video   ridiculous   sick   hilarious   omg   insane   
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  • At 23 August 2011, 17:25:57 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • @de.das.dude you think so? i'm not sure what this google+ offers, but google has the power to make it #1.


  • At 23 August 2011, 14:02:28 user de.das.dude wrote:   [reply @ de.das.dude]
    • google+ will probably be a fail like orkut.

      how many tries does it take to make a social site?

      :p












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