Mark Zuckerberg drinks water on Joe Rogan to prove he's not a robot

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Mark Zuckerberg has been the butt of many jokes for a long time now, with many people joking that he’s a robot. During an appearance on the Joe Rogan show, Mark Zuckerberg decided to do something brave and drink water, showing that he’s a human.

Of course, this could all be an elaborate ruse to fool us into thinking that Mark Zuckerberg is a human. Or perhaps, it could be the end of a once-funny gag.

Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg is a human

At the end of his three-hour interview in The Joe Rogan Experience, Mark Zuckerberg decided to acknowledge the robot memes and drink water. Rogan teased the Meta CEO about the way he sipped water when he appeared before congress in 2018, so Zuckerberg defended himself.

“The Senate testimony is not exactly an environment that is set up to accentuate the humanity of the subject,” Zuckerberg said. “If you’re up there for six or seven hours you’re going to make some face that is worth making a meme out of.”

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It’s a solid enough defence from Zuckerberg, so he’s probably cleared his name from some of his doubters.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s meme-morable moments

Seeing Mark Zuckerberg drink water to prove that he’s not a robot is proof that the man is a living meme. Aside from that, there’s also the aforementioned water sipping and his recent debacle with the Metaverse selfie that he’s tried to improve.

Considering his involvement with all things social media and the metaverse, he will always do something meme-morable. Only time will tell when his next moment to shine is but fans who are glued to social media won’t miss it when it happens.

However, the one person who will miss it is Mark Zuckerberg. In the interview, he also said he is too busy during the day to use social media, and said "I find that it’s hard to spend a lot of time on Twitter without getting too upset."