Next up, a history of all your photos. Each photo (all of 'em), includes the data Facebook holds with those photos, like the date uploaded, IP address it was uploaded from, details on the device it was uploaded from, and, if you have that feature turned on (I do not, so it's not pictured above) the location the photo was taken at. It also has "Facial Recognition Data" on those photos.
In the "Friends" section there's a lengthy (or not lengthy) list of your friends. At the bottom of that list is a list of people you sent friend requests who never responded or declined (I thought we hit it off, Gene), a list of people who sent you friend requests but you never responded to or declined (who are you, Lisa?), a list of friends that you have un-friended, and all the people who follow you.
There's also this strange "Friend Peer Group" designation that pegs who you are, most likely for advertising purposes, but read like judgmental fortune cookies with scrolls like "Starting Adult Life" or "Established Adult Life."
Also in the download is message history (easier to sift on the actual site), a history of pokes (remember those?), "Mobile Network Connection Quality" data, events you've been invited to or attended, and a list of survey responses.
Under the "Security" link there's a massive list of every time you've signed into Facebook, complete with the date and time (yikes), your IP address (yikes), details on your browser (yikes), "Recognized Machines," and more.
There's a lot in there and you could sift it for hours. It's a good reminder that Facebook friends and publicly declaring you love Psy are temporary, but Facebook's data is forever.