Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) doesn't want to make it cool to deactivate accounts on its website, so the social network titan moved quickly to nip a model-debilitating app from going viral. Social Roulette rolled out on Saturday, giving users a one-in-six chance at having their Facebook accounts deleted.

In this video, longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz explains how the Social Roulette app could be so disruptive. Naturally it would seem that Google and smaller Facebook rivals would love nothing more to see it become trendy to deactivate Facebook accounts, but this is also the same trend that could sting Google Plus before it has a chance to gain traction. 

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