I like to "like" things on Facebook. I am thrilled every time I discover a page where I can publicly display my adoration for something — anything I’m crazy about! I am convinced that endorphins are released when you “like.”
Ever find yourself walking side by side with a pigeon on your way to work, thinking to yourself: “what a beautiful, underappreciated bird,” and then wondering if a Facebook page existed for pigeon lovers? I did, I found, and I liked.
I also liked “Clementines” during my all citrus, no chocolate diet; “Monkeys,” after watching a CNN news story about the primates; and “We Love the Target Commercial Lady,” because there was something eerily hilarious about those holiday ads. I liked “Operation Repo,” because I want to see the bonus episode.
Liking connects you to other people in a good way. Your friends can get to know you better based on your wide array of likes and you can get to know others. Bet you didn’t know 1,529,978 people also liked putting their face next to the fan when they were younger to hear their robot voice.
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