Two black dots is all it took to get The New Yorker temporarily booted from Facebook. The page devoted to the magazine’s cartoon department was temporarily disabled after it posted a cartoon of Adam and Eve reclined against a tree with the caption, “Well, it was original.” The inclusion of Eve’s nipples was apparently a violation of the social networking site’s Sex and Nudity guidelines. The New Yorker seemed flabbergasted that two tiny dots could shut down its entire cartoon page: “It’s like ‘Where’s Waldo?,’ but for nipples,” Robert Mankoff wrote on the magazine’s website. After word of “Nipplegate” spread, Facebook promptly reactivated the page. “Recently, Facebook mistakenly blocked a cartoon as part of our efforts to keep the site safe for all and quickly worked to rectify the mistake as soon as we were notified,” a spokesperson said.