What is life without social media? Pretty difficult, right? We are so much indulged in online platforms that even a brief glitch can make our world turn upside down. Pakistan blocked social media platforms on Friday, April 16, 2021, for four hours. Soon, as the ban was lifted, netizens were quick to rush on Twitter to share their reactions. Twitter was at what it does best—creating funny memes. WhatsApp memes and jokes soon went viral as the Facebook-owned app is back following a four-hour ban in Pakistan. From switching to VPN to Hera Pheri meme templates and more, netizens LOL hard at these hilarious posts.
According to reports, the Pakistan government suspended social media platforms' services, including WhatsApp, to stop their use to organize possible demonstrations following violent protests. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, and TikTok were inaccessible across the country for four hours, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Soon after the suspension ended, more than checking the social media notifications, netizens were more interested in sharing funny memes and jokes. Twitter is flooded with hilarious posts online, displaying the many emotions that users may have gone through while the social media platforms were blocked.
Check WhatsApp Funny Memes and Jokes
— MR Mouat ☠ 🇵🇰🇦🇿🇹🇷 (Chuxhi & Madni Ka 🎂) (@Beast__87) April 16, 2021
Poor Nibba Nibbi
— L I Z A ✨🍂 (@Anchaw_bolooo) April 16, 2021
Meanwhile, VPN Owner
When social media apps blocked in pakistan
— Acha bacha (@A6a_bacha) April 16, 2021
My situation right now
— SYED 🇵🇰 (@syedMHRkhan) April 16, 2021
— w a ل i ❤️ (@Waleed_Amanulah) April 16, 2021
LOL, Who Else?
Whatsapp And Social Media Apps Blocked From 11am To 3pm
— Muhammad Awais (@Awaisgee87) April 16, 2021
You Know That Look!
— Muneeb Ahmad (@Muneebch786) April 16, 2021
#Whatsapp blocked from 11am to 3pm..
Me who woke up at 3pm: pic.twitter.com/1LDT7bG8wP
— Alyan #StudentLivesMatter (@RealAlyan) April 16, 2021
Aren’t they hilarious? As of now, internet platforms, including WhatsApp, is accessible in the country. While the reason behind the suspension could be serious, Twitterati’s light-hearted approach has surely spread joy.
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