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[Video] A Vietnamese Critique Of Social Networking

The Phở Team, which brought us "What does the Phở Say?" and "Differences Between Hanoi vs Sai Gonis back with a new video critiquing the social network experience.


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The video, "The Social Network" touches on the frustrations one encounters daily on Facebook - weird friends, like-baiting, advertisements for products, "hot girl" selfies, spamming and other generally annoying content that flood your newsfeed.

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