Meet the Guy With the Largest Number of Facebook Friends

How many friends do you have on Facebook’s popular social media platform? Studies say that the average person between 18 and 28 years old has around 300, while older users have around 200. I personally have around 300 as well, but this guy from Melbourne would really make true Facebook users jealous.

Justin Tayler, a nightclub promoter, has reached the 5000 friend cap, making him one of the most popular people on Facebook. He says that people constantly communicate with him and leave likes/shares and other dozens of notifications, so it makes it very difficult for him to leave his account unchecked for a long time.

The guy started out as a PE teacher at a university and created his account back in 2009. He also had around 300 friends at first, but once he switched careers and became a nightclub worker, his friends list started to grow exponentially. His passion for nightclubs made him a very popular figure, having people adding him to their friends list to see what events he is attending.

The whole Facebook hype also brought him some business opportunities too. Tayler found out about a 17-year old who was throwing underage parties and making up to $1200 in entry fees. Of course, when you mix underage with parties, you don’t get something that authorities would agree with. So Taylor struck a deal with the kid and now he can still sale his tickets, but under adult supervision.

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4k Support and FPS Mode for GTA V on PC

According to a recently published hands-on account of GTA V, gaming website Computers and Video Games has ‘spilled the beans’ on upcoming 4K quality support, and an impressive first person mode for this very long-awaited release.

In their words, all next-gen consoles will feature a brand new first person mode and the PC edition will also see support for 4K resolutions. The first person support is said to support full car interiors and first person combat abilities – claimed as something much more complicated than “just a case of plonking a new camera within a character’s head, just because they could, but an extensive rework of the games movement, driving and targeting engines. There are thousands of new animations for gun reloading alone, not to mention the first-person views of parachuting, carjacking etc.”

FPS won’t be only the single player world too, Rockstar are said to give players the ability to utilize this new ability throughout the online sandbox mode that they have on offer. This will accompany the new multiplayer heist modes, 20 new animals (including cats!) and a soundtrack that extends into the hundreds.

Many people have highly criticized Rockstar’s delayed release of next-gen and PC editions of their game, often claiming that it’s a blatant money grab and/or marketing ploy. Inclusions of these new features and abilities show us however that they’re at least putting thought and effort into the belated response the higher-end market. Here’s hoping that the PC edition will be some form of saving grace, without seeing Rockstar go down the public pitchfork route that we’ve seen EA on of recent times (See: DLC).

If you’re looking for something else, you could compare this news to Ubisoft who has claimed that they “don’t care for resolution“. If you’re reading this Mr. Hutchinson, please ensure you sit “like 12 feet from the screen” when playing in your new, amazing, 4k resolution.

CVG have a full album of online shots, in the mean time here’s one to tickle your fancy.

Cover image courtesy of CVG

Inset image courtesy of Sports Keeda