Vin Diesel's Facebook page is unquestionably the greatest celebrity social media outlet (outside of the Iron Sheik's Twitter account, that is). It's filled with sincere and heartfelt weird fan art of Vin Diesel, constant streams of Vin Diesel's take on wisdom and inspiration, Vin Diesel trying to be cryptic, and so much more. Basically, he's one of those celebrities who clearly doesn't have a professional social media team keeping him in check, which is the best.

But in case you need a fuller explanation, here are 6 reasons why Vin Diesel's Facebook (excuse me, "Vinbook") is just the best. 

 

1. He posts inspirational quotes (said by Vin Diesel)

Vin Diesel appreciates wisdom a great deal - particularly wisdom dispensed by modern day philosopher, Vin Diesel. Even MORE particularly when those nuggets of inspiration are placed on top of a filtered picture of Vin Diesel celebrating life as Vin Diesel.

 

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2. He posts inspirational quotes NOT by Vin Diesel (but still prominently-featuring Vin Diesel)

Vin Diesel isn't stupid - he realizes that there have been many wise people who have said inspirational things OTHER than Vin Diesel.

However, he also realizes that these quotes are best read when placed on top of heavily-filtered photos of Vin Diesel.

 

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Thank you for that ALBERT EINSTEIN QUOTE over a picture of you clapping, Vin.

 

3. His eternal friendship with Paul Walker

Vin Diesel and Paul Walker have been close ever since they both got their big break on The Fast & The Furious. But after Paul Walker tragically died in late 2013 (right in the middle of filming Fast & Furious 7), Vin Diesel became much more vocal and much more open about their closeness. He posts pictures of the two together a great deal (almost always referring to him as "Pablo") and expresses how much he misses him. It's actually really sweet.

 

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When I heard, I immediately flew back to California, and went directly from the plane to his mother's house...

I thought they needed my strength, but realized when I got there and broke down before his family, that it was I who needed theirs.

His mother hugged me and said I am so sorry... I said sorry? You're the mother who lost a son?... She said yes, but you lost your other half...

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We are going back in this month Pablo...

I know you are with me...

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When I heard the news, I left the production, grabbed a plane and took my family and Michelle back to LA... drove directly to his parent's house...

His Father said, Paul loved you Vin... I awkwardly and nervously said, aw come on... then he said... you don't have to get along every second to love each other... so true.

P.s. After spending time with his biological brothers, I must say to the parents, you raised some great kids.

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Six months have passed... and I still go to the Fast Seven set every morning half expecting to see my brother...

Count your blessings... the blessing of brotherhood...

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There wasn't a scene in the saga he didn't want to discuss, improve... even with just a changing of a line or adding a specific nuance to enrich a moment.

He did it with the pride of knowing, that over a decade of portraying Brian, through four directors, multiple writers and new producers he was able to maintain the inner core of the character he created. Those work ethics and drive to be both truthful, and in his own way, evolve the decade spanning character is what made his character as iconic as it has become.

He always knew I would fight for him... whether it was to protect his deal or to protect his integrity... and he knew that if it made for a better film, I was going to do whatever it took... it is why together, we won best duo... twice, 12 years apart.

With our new ambitious vfx team, the whole cast and crew has had to adjust to this awkward and uncomfortable process of pixels over people. Aside from the obvious strains it places on the director, the challenge is not to allow it to compromise what makes the character so special.

Happy Toretto Tuesday...

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A song comes to mind... with this throwback pic....

Has anybody here, seen my old friend Pablo... Can you tell me where he's gone... he helped a lot of people, but it seems the good die young, I just looked around and he was gone...

Thank you all for being with us the whole way. Fast Family!

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