Facebook and Instagram crashed in some parts of the world this week, causing a panic on non-Facebook social media platforms, most notably Twitter.
The crash was not worldwide, but it is widespread with reports of outage popping up in Brazil, Japan, India and parts of Europe. As of now, Facebook does not know what caused the disruption of service, but a company spokesperson told Mashable, it is working to get everything back up and running as soon as possible.
Until that gets figured out, check out some of the best Twitter meltdowns:
Images via The Daily Mail.