Express Your Displeasure With Facebook Friends’ Inane Posts Via New Photo Comments

Image courtesy of (Rob in PDX)

Sometimes there are no words in the human language that can adequately express the rage/excitement/annoyance/eyeroll one can feel when presented with a friend’s Facebook post. And because, you know, a picture is worth a thousand words, Facebook is rolling out the capability to respond to posts on the social network with photos.

Facebook hasn’t made an official announcement yet, but the company tells The Verge that the new commenting feature will roll out globally today on both desktop and mobile sites.

So your politically-opposite-from-you third cousin twice removed won’t stop going off about that thing you disagree with? Answer with a photo of you with your fingers in your ears!

A chain of replies on a link you posted involving that one thing in the news that everyone is arguing about is getting too heated? We recommend a cat photo — they go with everything.

The only downside as we can see it — no animated GIFs will be supported quite yet. That makes Sad Dawson very sad.

Boo hoo, Dawson. Boo. Hoo.

Boo hoo, Dawson. Boo. Hoo.

Facebook adding ability to post images in comments [The Verge]

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