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20 unknown facts about BIRTHDAY BOY Facebook Founder Mark Zucerkberg

Mark Zuckerberg Facts:

1] Facebook’s main color is blue because Mark Zuckerberg is color blind. The color that he can see the best is blue.
2] His has dog name Beast, and he has his own Facebook page .
3] He is known as ‘Zuck’ by his friends while his mother calls him Princely.
4] He promised and wore a tie everyday for a whole year.
5] He learned Chinese in 2010 so that he could talk to his girlfriends family members who were Chinese.
6] He said that the only accurate thing in the Facebook movie ‘The Social Network’ was the dress worn by the character who played his role. He added that every single T-shirt that was correct.
7] Mark wore a hoodie and jeans in a meeting with investors on Wall Street. Photo via Into wire.
8] Mark Zuckerberg met his girlfriend, Priscilla Chan in line for the bathroom at a Harvard party in 2003.
9] He designed his wife’s wedding ring.
10] The guest didn’t know that they were on a weeding untill it was announced. Priscilla had just graduated and they thought the party was for her graduation.
11] Mark Zuckerberg is the most followed (circled) person in Google Plus .
12] He even has a Twitter account with an amazing username, @finkd.
13] He rejected a $1 billion dollar offer from Yahoo to buy Facebook.
14] Mark had a business card which read “I’m CEO Bitch” .
15] Some of his favourite musical artist are Green Day, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, and Shakira.
16] His T-shirt has the Facebook friend request, Message, and notification logo. Notice the 3 things in his T-shirt?
17] His Facebook profile CANNOT be BLOCKED.
18] He used to work sitting like normal employee before.
19] He rarely wears a suit.
20] He wears the same trademark hoodie and jeans to work ‘everyday’...

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