After a body building blog exposed a Facebook glitch that gave users access to private hidden photos, the best thing the Internet could think to do was post Mark Zuckerberg's super boring private photos. And now they are all around the blogs. That's because the tech world wants so badly to find something noteworthy -- quirky, scandalous, salacious, interesting in any way, at all about the Facebook founder. As the supposed "next Steve Jobs" and CEO of a tech company that will likely have a presence for a very long time, it would be really nice if Mark Zuckerberg weren't so boring. But even his "private" Facebook photos show the same old regular-dude Zuck that we know.
Facebook has since disable the glitch, but within a day of the exposed flaw, a cached album of Zuckerberg photos appeared on the Web. In theory, it sounds like an illicit act and one would think the offenders would snatch the dirtiest photos. Yet, the album depicts a very normal 27-year-old guy lifestyle.
Zuck riding in a non-tinted windowed car with his adorable puppy:
Zuck with his low-profile non-celebrity girlfriend, doing a very normal couple activity:
Zuck doing unhealthy things to his body: