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Frederick News Post/Facebook Funny Facebook posts by Facebook users who post funny, sometimes funny, and some of the most funny ones, and which often have people in the comments saying things like, “This post is the funniest I’ve seen in a long time.”
The Facebook Funny posts usually have more than 100 likes, and can be a source of great fun and laughter.
The posts typically have more photos, videos, and GIFs than they have comments, but you can still ask the person to delete them if you think they are funny.
Funny videos can be funny as well, but usually have fewer likes.
Facebook’s own rules for the posting of these kinds of posts do not apply to them.
You can post a photo, video, or GIF of yourself, but then you are not allowed to use the photo, or video, to make fun of someone.
The Facebook posts are considered part of the “funny posts” category.
You are allowed to post a video of yourself if you like the video and think it is funny.
You must use the video or GIF to make a joke.
You do not need to make sure that your video or gif is funny, or to link back to the post.
If you don’t like a post, the Facebook user must leave the comment.
Funniest Facebook posts must be rated as funny by Facebook.
The “funniest” Facebook posts can only be rated “fun” by Facebook or not rated at all.
Fun posts can be rated from 1-5 and have a maximum of 100 likes.
Fun posts have a limit of 50 comments.
If a Facebook user makes more than one Facebook post, they must have the number of likes in their post as well.
If more than 50 comments are given for a single post, that post is removed.
Fun and funny posts have to be tagged with the Facebook Fun post, and it must have a comment in the comment section.
The caption has to be clearly written.
Fun post must be a joke or a parody of someone else’s post.
The video or the GIF must have no copyright infringement.
Fun or funny posts cannot be posted to Facebook’s Messenger or Instagram accounts, or otherwise be shared on any other social media sites.
The only exception is when a Facebook post is part of a news story.
Facebook has said it will remove the posts if they include a picture of someone in a bikini.