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1. i agree 100% with your update (whatever it is & usually it’s something highly irrelevant to the 99% of world’s population) AND i wish i thought of it myself, but then i am a non-native speaker and still couldn’t word it so neatly, so i feel tad envious too;
2. i disagree completely, more so – i almost hate you right now, but can’t remove you from friends because there is no reasonable explanation to my neurotic reaction for our mutual fb friends, thus i’ll pretend i haven’t read your status AT ALL;
3. i didn’t reply to your cry for help not because i am insensitive, but because i am in another time zone and now, 22h later, i feel embarrassed to say anything at all;
4. i hate prolonged status updates posted late in the night, i mean, c’mmon, who has the focus for that in this ADD era?!
5. you are plain WRONG, but i am too tired to argue, so here is a passive-aggressive Like with a smirk ;
6. you post in a language i don’t speak, but you look kinda hot on your profile picture, so i Like your update & keep my fingers crossed that it isn’t about your companion being ill or something;
7. iLike your status, i really do, but it’s quite personal and i am neither sure who you are nor why i added you to friends, so i’ll pass;
8. i have no idea what you are talking about & i am too busy to read it all, but given that 78 mutual friends liked your status & commented on it Like it is!
9. despite being called ‘most anti-social invention’ by some, a Facebook “like” is a form of speech protected by the First Amendment; “Liking” something on the social media site is a “substantive statement” being made by a user – and i don’t take those lightly, because the mere sound of the phrase is legal-power-igniting & it doesn’t matter the least that i am not sure at all what substantive statements are!
10. iLike what you are saying, it comes across as intelligent and eloquent, but i am uninformed on the topic& can’t be bothered to read extensively about it, so to comment appropriately, thus i’ll pretend that i missed this one, albeit i didn’t;
11. i think i Like your status, but i am not sure & it’s my bedtime (i am in another time zone)
12. i like your status, but then i think your significant other won’t like yet another Like of mine on your Facebook wall;
13. you haven’t Liked any of my statuses recently & being a firm believer in Facebook reciprocity, i pass;
14. yours is a marketing douchebaggery, so no Like from me, despite the big puppy eyes you are making;
15. if i Like this, you’ll expect me to Like other stuff of yours; if i do – then you’ll invite me to Like your Facebook page, if i do that – all your Facebook friends will start nagging me to Like their respective Facebook pages and i don’t really like many of their pages, but would feel thorn apart if i liked some and wouldn’t like others and i don’t wish that kind of anguish for myself, so i pass!
- Facebook ‘Likes’ protected by US Constitution (telegraph.co.uk)
- Get Rid Of That Typo: Facebook Now Allows For Editing Status Updates (makeuseof.com)
- Socail Media Not That Interseting (fashioncitygirl.wordpress.com)
- I Have an Unlike Button & I’m Not Afraid to Use It !! (Week 7: Blog 1) (jwoodard73.wordpress.com)
- Your Facebook “Likes” Are an Expression of Free Speech (blogs.smithsonianmag.com)