10 april 2019 0 comments reading time: 4 minutes

Guy promotes turtles

One Facebook user started buying out ad spots and showing a picture of a cute turtle instead. This is what he writes about it:

“I made this ad because every day I got more and more upset seeing ‘amazon dropship experts’, ‘money making guru’ and ‘live your true life NOW!’ ads. I recently was watching ‘Our Planet’ on Netflix and was again reminded of how beautiful and complex our world is. After a long day it is super calming and inspiring to see the lives of animals and their beauty instead of being told how to make money in get rich schemes. Life should be a constant reminder of how beautiful the world is, not how successful others are in return making you feel guilty and jealous.

Most Facebook ads or comments are filled with negative comments; you see the trash automatically on almost any kind of post. I was sick of it and actually just wanted to fill my own timeline with something beautiful and positive for my day – a cute lil baby turtle :)”

Do you think that he is actually warming up Facebook accounts?

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