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Bill Gates attends Mark Zuckerberg’s 40th birthday party

Mark Zuckerberg’s 40th birthday party gave us a glimpse into an alternate universe where Zuck and Bill Gates are college roommates.

Zuckerberg showcased the party in an Instagram post on Tuesday. The slideshow shows him in mini-replicas of some of his old cribs, including the Harvard dorm where he started Facebook.

Gates, dressed in a black hoodie, blue-gray athletic shorts and tennis shoes, was crouched on a small red couch next to him.

“I’m grateful for my first 40 years! Priscilla threw me a little party and recreated a bunch of places I lived in in the early days,” Zuckerberg wrote in his Instagram caption.

Zuckerberg’s wife, Priscilla Chan, also recreated her husband’s childhood bedroom, his first apartment and a pizzeria where Zuckerberg said he “basically lived in college.”

The CEO of Meta studied at Harvard University between 2002 and 2004. He dropped out before finishing his studies shortly after founding Facebook.

Gates’ story is similar: he studied at Harvard between 1973 and 1975, but dropped out to start Microsoft.

At the party, Zuck wore a chain necklace.

Zuckerberg recently changed his style, opting for more plain t-shirts and gold chains. The look has drawn comparisons to “mob chic” trends and rapper swag.

He also wore a black shirt that read “Carthago delenda est” in old English letters. The Latin message translates to “Carthage must be destroyed” and was spoken by Cato the Elder.

It’s unclear whether Zuckerberg wanted anything destroyed at his birthday party, but he reportedly said the phrase on the day Google Plus launched in 2016.

Zuckerberg’s birthday message ended with a video message from his family and closest friends set to 50 Cent’s “In Da Club.” Some friends sent sweet and heartfelt wishes, while others chose to roast the tech billionaire.

“I can’t believe you’re 40, you old shit,” one unidentified person said.

Representatives for Zuckerberg and Gates did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


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