Squirrel-Monkey.com Shows What the 90s Facebook Would Look Like

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: squirrel-monkey & holykaw.alltop
Squirrel-Monkey.com features a hilarious satirical video based on the concept of having a retro 90s Facebook. This short film reels the audience back to the days when dial-up and the awful mechanical sounds to load the Internet was normal.

The narrator’s voice is broadcasting to an audience of the 90s, introducing a new online web browser called Facebook. She ridicules the 90s Internet era and her tone is filled with sarcasm. She teaches users how to surf this new site and mocks the modern day use of Facebook. 90s style caricatures are used for profile images and it also presents Andrew Gold as a Facebook user, commenting on a wall posts and referencing his own song ‘Thank you for being a friend.’ Stats for Social Media Satire Virals Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 398 clicks in 133 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: 90s Facebook
Related: 101 examples / 78 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
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