4 Times You Wish You had the Facebook ‘Save It’ Button

Mar 28 • Facebook, Social Media • 5183 Views

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While nothing is official yet, it seems like Facebook is attempting to streamline their user experience by adding a “save it” button to articles found in your news feed.

 

The process would be as easy as clicking the ‘Save’ button placed on the article image, and finding it later in the “Saved” tab on your timeline or the left sidebar on the home screen. If all goes according to plan, saved articles can be called upon in times of severe boredom due to lack of Internet (i.e. an airplane). The save button will be great for those in a time crunch, or, better yet, when you come across one of these NSFW posts… at work.

 

“Cock In a Sock”

Yes, it is for a good cause. It could also be a good cause for an explanation should your boss sneak up to see you admiring these scantily clad men.

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Major Lazer’s “Bubble Butt” video

Even if no one is looking over your shoulder at your computer screen, everyone will know something is up when they see your facial reaction to this video.

 

Basically anything from TFM

Total Frat Move covers the entire spectrum of inappropriateness—everything from excessive drinking to tactics for getting laid. Just go ahead and store these articles away for later.

 

theCHIVE

Essentially, this is the same concept as TFM, but with more randomness—and without the frat daddies.

 

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