A first-year studier of law, in the Tee Cee Bees Knees School of Law School of Legal Education, was startled one fine Tuesday morning to see a notification come from Mark Zuckerberg himself.
Susan Fitzgibbons (19) was informed by Mr. Zuckerberg that her Facebook account was to be suspended after Facebook’s complex and well-documented algorithms informed Mr Zucc that Susan was a bot designed only to advertise products by tagging people on her friend list.
The algorithms believed she was an insidious “tagbot,” which popularizes certain posts, images, or memes, by incessantly tagging their friends.
The previous evening, Susan was happily scrolling through her feed. Suddenly, she uttered “Hello, hello, hello,” having stumbled across one of the greatest memes, one of the greatest pieces of comedy, ever created. It was a hilarious reference to Donoghue v Stevension (that snail case!) on a picture - she described it later as a ‘zinger of a law meme.’ The alleged meme was alleged to be depicting a person sitting at a bar saying, “I’ll have a snail with that ginger beer, my fellow… neighbour!”
After literally shitting herself with laughter, and after cleaning it up, Susan commented “lol” followed by tagging every single one of her 1750 ‘friends’ on Facebook in the same comment.
“I was like, I know that case! And they do as well! Therefore I’m hilarious, it’s hilarious, and HOLY FUCK I got FIFTEEN LIKES. Shows that knowledge is humour, or something like that!” she replied, when not even questioned, like she just actually tagged The Obiter in another comment. Who does that?
Reports confirm Susan will have her account suspended for 24 hours and her social status revoked for 24 years.
But hey, worth it for a snail in a bottle! 
 Donoghue v Stevenson  UKHL 100, 125 per Obiter J.