It’s like Instagram and Facebook are just toying with us now. Once again the photo and video sharing service owned by Facebook is having major issues.\nIn fact, on both platforms, images are failing to load, videos aren’t playing, and it’s chaos in the world.\nThe issues were first reported this morning at approx. 8:45 am EST. Some users reported not being able to access Instagram at all. The horror!\nTrying to embed any media on our site left us with errors. For other users, Instagram media was rarely appearing, sometimes just showing a simple message of “No Photo description available” or what looked like media tags such as “Image may contain drink or indoor.”\nMe after refreshing Instagram every minute to see if it’s working again. #instagramdown pic.twitter.com/LmcdeLQB1E— Curtis Leonard (@_CurtisLeonard_) July 3, 2019\nTwitter users were the first to report issues with the hashtag #instagramdown.\nAs you can imagine there was a mix of anger, disappointment and 'here we go again' attitudes. But really, what is a person to do if we can't post pictures of our food? Or see food others have posted?\nPeople rushing to Twitter after #WhatsAppDown #Facebookdown #instagramdown pic.twitter.com/8vlMLo5rVN— Akriti Arora (@akritiarora07) July 3, 2019\nUsers are also complaining of issues with Facebook and WhatsApp. The technological term being thrown around is 'buggy'. A Facebook rep has yet to make an announcement.\nRead More: The Gourmet Churro & Ice Cream Bar You Have To Try In Montreal This Weekend\nAccording to some reports, Instagram's July 3rd issues could be related to yesterday's outage at Cloudflare that caused multiple sites to go down including the dating site OKCupid and software site discord.\nInfluencers rn #instagramdown pic.twitter.com/6iDeE7Sbpv— Queen B (@TheBigestFandom) July 3, 2019\nBut really. This leaves us with only one question: if we don't exist on Instagram, do we even really exist?\nCheck out the trending hashtag #Instagramdown on Twitter.\nTo read Variety's take on the semi-outage, head to their article here.