Facebook has acquired CowSocial, a new social media platform that lets you create and manage your own 420 social networks.
CowSocial is a platform where people share photos and videos and comment on others.
Users can then vote on what others should post.
You can also post memes, photos and stickers on your posts, which will be shared and rated.
Facebook said it had received 1.7 million requests to use CowSocial.
Facebook’s move is a major expansion of the 420 network.
The social network is already available on Apple, Google and Microsoft platforms, but it’s only available on Facebook.
CowSocial was originally built for Instagram, which Facebook acquired for $1 billion in October.
CowSays, which is currently used by 420 users, has been used on Facebook since March.
Cow Social is free to use and will be accessible to everyone who owns the 420 app.
Facebook says users can “tag” their posts, like hashtags, or add stickers to their posts to add a little flair to your posts.
You can also add tags to your photos and make them public to others who may be on the same network as you.
CowSays has the potential to become a big player for 420, which has grown in popularity in the past year with the social network’s popularity growing.
Cowsays is currently a free app, but is reportedly being purchased by Facebook.
Facebook is planning to make it available to users as an app that requires a Facebook account.
Cowsocial will allow users to create a profile and create new accounts.
Cow Social also will allow Facebook users to post and vote on other users posts, according to a Facebook post.