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The dumbest Facebook posts ever revealed – and everyone has the same opinion

A CHEEKY TikTok star has highlighted some of the silliest things ever posted on Facebook – and some of them will have you stitched up.

Brit humor Luke Le Prevost shared a series of photos and comments from users who should probably think before posting.

One person on Facebook posted a photo of a bank and asked their friends why there was 'a car inside it' when in fact it was their own car reflected in the window of the bank. building

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One person on Facebook posted a photo of a bank and asked their friends why there was ‘a car inside it’ when in fact it was their own car reflected in the window of the bank. buildingCredit: TiKTok

Luke, who lives in Guernsey, reacted to the stupid posts last year with a series of videos posted to his 2.3 million followers.

In one scuffle, a Facebook user posted a photo of a bank and asked in an accompanying comment why there was “a car inside it”.

In fact, they mistakenly took a photo of their own car’s reflection in the building’s window.

“It’s a mirror image of your car,” Luke says in the video. “That’s enough for today.”

In another live moment, a Facebooker asked if an upcoming eclipse event could be moved to another date.

In response, someone wrote: “This lady just asked to meet the sun again”.

Other goofy moments giggled by the comedian include a photo of someone filling their car with cooking oil, and confidently writing “no me in happiness” (it’s spelled “” happy”).

In the comments section below the video, users reacted with delight to Luke’s discovery.

One TikToker joked: “How do some people get through life?”

Another wrote: “I love how you explain it to people who don’t get stupid.”

TikTok can be a great place to find funny content, but it’s also home to some Facebook Conspiracy Theory.

Earlier this month, The Sun revealed a claim from a user who said they discovered an easy way to see who is following you on the app.

In one video, user @annielydia falsely claimed that the profiles that follow you are mostly those that appear in the “recommended friends” section of Facebook.

Facebook’s suggested friend tool flags the profiles of people you may know. It uses a multitude of factors to identify potential contacts.

According to Meta, the parent company of Facebook, claims that people who have viewed your profile appear in this section are untrue.

In another stupid post, someone asked if an eclipse party could be moved to another date.

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In another stupid post, someone asked if an eclipse party could be moved to another date.Credit: TikTok
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Caroline Bleakley

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