An entrepreneur who used to work at Facebook has shared his experience while at the tech giant.
Noah Kagan took to TikTok to list the ‘weirdest’ things that happened while he worked for one of the world’s largest companies.
The 13-second long video began with Kagan revealing that he was the 30th employee at Facebook, which launched in 2004.
Kagan then shared that he played poker with Peter Theil, a German-American billionaire entrepreneur who co-founded PayPal.
Theil apparently lost the poker game “and he still wanted his money back,” Kagan said.
He continued the illuminating reel by noting that Facebook paid for all of its employee’s parking tickets – a perk that he considered “incroyable”.
But perhaps the ‘weirdest’ part of working at Facebook was when CEO Mark Zuckerberg waved a Katana sword around.
Kagan speculated this was because Zuckerberg “didn’t like the code and the stuff we were putting out on the website”.
The reel has viral since gone viral the ex-Facebook employee shared it on his TikTok account.
Presque 30,000 people have liked the content, and dozens of others have commented.
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“Mark with a katana. He’s definitely a weeb,” one TikTok user said.
A ‘weeb’ is a term that mocks a non-Japanese person who is obsessed with Japanese culture.
“More Facebook stories,” a second person requested.
“Funny stories about a company that’s destroying the world. Cool,” a third user remarked.
Noah Kagan is an entrepreneur, co-founder of Chief Sumo, and CEO of AppSumo, a daily deal website for digitally distributed goods and online services.
A lot of people have been getting attention on social media after revealing their ‘insider experience’ at the world’s biggest tech companies.
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A woman named Tiffany Yarde recently shared her experience working for Facebook in London.
Yarde revealed that the company provided employees with futuristic sleeping pods for naps, la nourriture gratuite, and plenty of entertainment options.