Greece No Longer a Nation; Announces Plan to Become Social Network
IPO Imminent for FetaBookPOSTED MAY 18, 2012
The new entity, FetaBook, is expected to raise much-needed billions in an upcoming IPO.
The social network formerly known as Greece announced that it would cancel its upcoming elections and instead install a CEO, a 24-year-old hacker from suburban Athens named Ciro Mavromatidis.
“We’re keeping all the aspects of Greece that made it a cool brand – the ruins, the Olympics, the olives,” he said. “We’re just losing the things that were a drag on the Greek economy: namely, the Greeks.”
He said under the new plan, all Greeks would cease to be citizens of Greece and would instead become friends of FetaBook: “They won’t receive any government benefits anymore, but they’ll be able to grow all the imaginary food they want.”
“We Greeks waste billions of dollars a year smashing plates after meals,” he said. “Now that’s going to be done by an app.”
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