Whether or not you have a personal Facebook page, you hear about it (and many other social media sites) all the time. Mark Zuckerberg, together with his friends and roommates, originally founded the site in 2004 for Harvard students. They later expanded its user base to those in the Boston area, and finally, in 2006, opened it up to the public (or at least those aged 13 and up). Facebook has since grown to become crucial for businesses as a virtual place for networking and advertising. There are many ways to look at its effects. On the one hand, it can be extremely frustrating to think about how impersonal and passive aggressive our relationships have become. On the other hand, despite the flood of unnecessary posts, we do gain some exposure to worthwhile things — from updates in our social circles to live coverage of local, national, and even international news stories. Below you’ll find some humorous #BeforeFacebook from Twitter that were inspired by a recent segment on the @midnight show with Chris Hardwick.