Man Commits Suicide After His Friend Didn’t Respond To His Meme Tag
In a tragic incident last week, a man committed suicide after what’s described as “the ultimate act of rejection” against someone. His best friend, Mark Dyson, didn’t respond to his meme tags for about 5 weeks, and according to him, he “had enough”.
“I dig deep into Facebook every day just to find the best memes for my friends, but the fact that my best friend ignores me, is just too much”, said the man in his suicide letter, which apparently had marks of his tears.
Mark Dyson defended himself, claiming that he gets his memes from Instagram, not from Facebook. “I don’t use Facebook, I use Instagram, and that’s why I couldn’t see his meme tags. I am so sorry for this. I should’ve been more responsible”, he concluded.
Dyson thinks everyone should learn from this to prevent it from happening again. He’s planing to open a new non-profit organization to make sure everyone likes and responds to their friends meme tags.