Spider Turns Mark Zuckerberg To Jelly

MarkZuckerbergJellyJelly, the new photo-based question-and-answer application from Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone, was used by none other than Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to ask a question about a spider he found in his bathroom.

Business Insider reported that Zuckerberg’s question was answered by Jelly Chief Operating Officer Kevin Thau.

It turns out that the spider in question is not poisonous, but does tend to bite, so Thau advised Zuckerberg to “relocate it out of the house.”

Stone tweeted about the exchange, saying, “First life saved via Jelly! (The spider, not Zuck).”

Readers: Are you surprised that Zuckerberg is using Jelly?

Screenshot courtesy of Business Insider.

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