Whether it's our thoughts, opinions, photos, videos or just about anything else having to do with our lives, we take them to Facebook.

It's the central location that connects billions worldwide. The once-tiny website has spawned into the world's most-trafficked website other than Google. And 2014 was a busy year for Facebook, which released a cool 'Year in Review 2014' feature showing the most talked-about topics on the social site for the year.

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    Laurence Griffiths, Getty Images

    The 2014 FIFA World Cup

    The world soccer championships in Brazil spawned the most conversation in Facebook's history. The spread of the Ebola virus was the most talked-about topic in the U.S.

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    Mike Stone, Getty Images


    Thousands of people died this year in Africa from the Ebola virus, but the panic went widespread when the first diagnosed cases arose in U.S. history, including on the East coast and in Dallas.

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    Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images

    Robin Williams

    On Aug. 11, we lost one of our favorite actors, comedians and entertainers in Robin Williams. His suicide struck the hearts of millions of people around the world. He was one of the true on-screen and on-stage legends, and he's still sorely missed.

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    Theo Wargo, NBC/Getty Images

    ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Young, old, famous, non-celebrity. Millions of people across the world raised awareness for ALS through the incredibly viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos. People were challenged to dump ice-cold water on their head and donate to finding a cure for Lou Gehrig's Disease.

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    Jeff Gross, Getty Images

    Super Bowl XLVIII

    Seattle's dominating 43-8 win over favored Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos struck a chord not just in the U.S., but worldwide. The game took nearly 70 percent of the United States market share that night, and a 30-second commercial cost nearly $4 million.

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