15 People Who Got Roasted Hard On Facebook

Jordan Claes
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The advent of social media is a polarizing topic of conversation. Some believe that it is the greatest invention of the 21st century, while others feel that it will inevitably lead to the downfall of our society as we know it.

Regardless of where you stand in this furious debate, one thing that we know for certain is that social media provides an endless source of entertainment. Have a look and check out these 15 people who got roasted hard on Facebook.

They said it without even a glint of irony.

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reddit | EstablishmentEast922

So basically what you're saying is that you don't trust anything NASA says, except when it's convenient to try and prove your point? That's flawless logic right there — nothing amiss whatsoever.

I think Sue and Juanita are about to throw hands.

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reddit | Alph_x

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that Juanita was in the right, because she was clearly being passive-aggressive. However, Sue went from0-100 real quick and still didn't correct her all-caps.

Just calling 'em as I see 'em.

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reddit | OldFingerman

It's this kind of attitude that is contributing to the mass exodus of people who work in customer service jobs. It isn't that they're lazy, it's that they're tired of dealing with assholes like you on a daily basis.

Not quite the right stars and stripes.

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reddit | Redspire27

You've got to love someone with enough conviction to argue that Olympians should be removed for not honoring the flag, and in the same breath, they emphasize their point by posting the completely wrong flag.

You might want to check your facts again.

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reddit | ndnd_of_omicron

I'd never go as far as to say that just because someone isn't vaccinated, they're immediately destined to be hooked up to a ventilator. However, to say that COVID is being spread only by the vaccinated is not a good look.

Swing and a miss.

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reddit | xChops

Clearly, this Facebook user missed the day in math class when their teacher properly explained how values signs work on either side of a decimal. This isn't calculus, people — this is just basic 3rd-grade mathematics.

You literally just answered your own question.

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reddit | ThomasoSGG7

You probably stare at the carton of orange juice every morning at breakfast for an hour because it says "concentrate." I could keep on going but I think you get my point.

You just got served.

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reddit | memezzer

Seriously? What about the word "food"? How about igloo, gooey, stoop, foot, mood — and those are just off the top of my head. For your sake, I sincerely hope that this post is clickbait.

Doubling down on ignorance is never a good idea.

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reddit | Elitetimeline7

I certainly do have proof. It's contained in a big thick book, with the title Gray's Anatomy. Despite what you've probably heard, it isn't just a TV show. Why not take a visit to your local library and see for yourself?

I feel like your head must be flat.

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reddit | killHACKS

I've read and re-read that post probably half-a-dozen times and I still can't make heads or tails of it. Also, if the earth was flat, then how do you explain total lunar eclipses?

The best part is that it's FREE!

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reddit | potatosalad001

It's posts like these that make me want to make a donation to my local library. It's posts like this that give me genuine concern for the survival of the human race.

This is the epitome of first-world entitlement.

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reddit | beerbellybegone

I understand that I can't tell what the temperature is just from looking at a picture, but as far as I can tell there isn't a flake of snow on the ground and the sun is shining. How freaking cold could it possibly be?

Somebody had better alert Guiness!

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reddit | Aris-Totally

Either you just absolutely obliterated a world record or you're a liar. I don't mean to come down on your athletic prowess, but I'm inclined to believe the latter. Either that or you need to get a new stopwatch.

This is what is known as flagrant false advertising.

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reddit | kinginthenorth307

I'm not a jeweler by any means, but I know for a fact that a 10-karat diamond ring would cost you anywhere between $250,000 and $500,000 USD. So either I'm getting the deal of a lifetime or you're not telling the truth.

Sounds like you're not a very good listener yourself.

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reddit | ballsmahoney42069

What's that old saying about people who live in glass houses? Why is it that the most devout religious zealots always end up being the most judgmental and hypocritical? It boggles my mind.