Aside from the weird Facebook updates that get posted ever so often, individuals and companies alike have gone out of their way to create some funny (yet real) products to promote the social media website, including the Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid you see above. Continue reading to see them all.

3. Facebook Profile Dress

Just can’t leave the house without a Facebook-enabled device? Now, you can leave with a stylish dress, in addition to your smartphone / laptop. Best of all, it may help you get a few real-life friend requests.

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2. Facebook “Like” Tip Box

Unlike other tip jars, this one not only looks awesome, but will help you save too. Placing it in a highly trafficked area like the office will either net you lots of coins, or empty handed after someone decides to swipe the box.

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1. Facebook Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid

Porsche created a Facebook-branded 911 GT3 R Hybrid specifically to commemorate the 1,000,000 Facebook fans milestone, “complete with the signatures of over 27,000 Porsche fans.” Porsche’s hybrid racer packs 480 horsepower from its 4.0-liter flat-six engine and is matched with two 80-hp electric motors.

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Honorable Mention – “Like / Dislike” Stamps

Facebook fans know that the company has upgraded its “Like” button to make it easier for users to share things, but what if there was a stamp that worked the same way in real-life? Meet the “Like” and “Dislike” stamp set, priced at $12.99. Whether it be homework or sticky note, let everyone know how you really feel. At 3 inches tall x 2.5 inches wide, each stamp is good for 5,000 shares.

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