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11 April 2017, 11:51 | Updated: 7 September 2017, 10:50
The feature - which originated on Snapchat - has now been rolled on Mark Zuckerberg's platform.
Facebook has launched its Stories feature, and people are having a right old laugh about it.
Despite the Snapchat tool being previously uploaded on the likes of Instagram, Twitter don't seem to want to let it slide.
Many are calling it a step too far, with some refusing to date anyone who uses the feature.
Snapchat stories made sense. Instagram stories I let slide. But Facebook stories is where I draw the line.— no (@tbhjuststop) April 11, 2017
S/O to everyone NOT using the Facebook stories. I am proud of you and we must remain strong together. With solidarity comes strength— Colie Smigliani (@CSmigliani) April 8, 2017
Imagine being in love with someone and finding out they post Facebook stories— Mike DeLaVega (@MikeDeLaVega7) April 8, 2017
If you use Facebook stories you voted leave in Brexit— gotz (@Judiniho) April 11, 2017
These lot are just having a massive laugh about it, lending the Stories feature to everything they can possibly think of.
Medieval manuscripts created by monks during the 14th century will now have stories pic.twitter.com/IUIK6MT8BX— Medieval Reactions (@MedievalReacts) April 5, 2017
Proud to announce that potatoes in 2017 will now have stories pic.twitter.com/h4axRVJPXZ— υηιcσяηρσαcнεя (@PsyKdeIik) April 3, 2017
Mcdonald's in 2017 will now have stories pic.twitter.com/DCAwKQslfP— Filipe Orlando (@MrFilipeOrlando) April 5, 2017
vapes in 2017 will now have stories pic.twitter.com/fHhAuhdFQM— Jonathon Fraser (@jonfraser666) April 5, 2017
And one of our favourites even sees reproductive health getting in on the game:
Pregnancy tests will now have stories pic.twitter.com/CwNWNSB1Qd— Matt Post (@MattPostSaysHi) April 5, 2017
God bless the Internet.