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The Ten Facebook Groups That Are Funny But Quite Popular

Following are some of the most interesting groups on Facebook that are very popular and their descriptions can make you smile:
When I was your age, Pluto was a planet - This is a group dedicated to the kids who were taught that Pluto was the 9th planet from the sun. It will soon hit the 1 million member mark on Facebook.
People Who Always Have To Spell Their Names For Other People - This group is for anyone with an unusual spelling or an unusual name.
Slammed by Valleywag - This is for people who have been slammed by Valleywag or who dream of getting slammed by the ever-alert team of Nick Douglas and Owen Thomas..
I Use my Cell Phone to See in the Dark - For those that can't live without their cell phones - whether it's to schedule appointments, see in the dark, use as an excuse to leave a conversation to "take an important call", figure out the waiter's tip, keep as a clock, take pictures, or simply to use as a device to converse with others - as it was originally designed to do.
Unlike 99.99% of the Facebook population, I was born in the 70s. - The group for the "oldies" not your grandpa's age but who are in 30s. [Facebook for Senior Citizens]
I Flip My Pillow Over to Get To The Cold Side - This group is not only limited to flipping our pillows, but is all about the ridiculous things we do to our pillows or bed for that matter, in order to get a good nights rest.
Enough with the Poking, Lets Just Have Sex - People don't understand why "poking" exists on facebook. It's pretty clear that it's facebook's classy way of flirting, none of this "I was just thinking about you." [Most Popular]
Six Degrees of Separation - Stanley Milgram suggested that two random US citizens were connected on average by a chain of six acquaintances. That is, on average, a friend of a friend of a friend of a friend of a friend knows the president of the United States, or the Queen of the Netherlands, or the president of France or Osama and so on.
Techmeme Hats Me - I crave validation. And Techmeme doesn't deliver it. Techmeme hates me. So I hate Techmeme. Techmeme's dad Gabe is also a member here. [How to Get on Techmeme]
If this group reaches 4,294,967,296 it might cause an integer overflow - Assuming that Facebook uses unsigned 32-bit integers to represent the size of a group. If so, 2^32 = 4,294,967,296.

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