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According to inquisitr: Why is everyone posting “I like it…” in their Facebook status updates?
Even if you don’t open forwarded emails, sometimes having a Facebook account exposes you to annoying, not very clever forwarded-email style bon mots anyway.
This week’s Facebook status update-gone-viral is not new, but has gotten legs in the past few days yet again. Several of your female Facebook friends might be updating their statuses with “I like it…” appended with “on the sofa,” “on the stairs,” “on the bathroom floor,” and so on. Like the “bra color” status update meme, this one has a bit of a “don’t tell the boys” element and stems from a Facebook private message that is circulating:
Ok ladies here’s another game, like the bra color game which was a total success and we had men wondering for days what was with the colors and it made it to the News. Well this game has to do with your handbag, where we put our handbag the moment we get home for example “I like it on the couch”, “I like it on the kitchen counter”, “I like it on the dresser” well u get the idea. Just put your answer as your Status with nothing more than that and cut n paste this message and forward to all your FB female friends to their inbox. The bra game made it to the news. Let’s see how powerful we women really are!!! REMEMBER – DO NOT PUT YOUR ANSWER AS A REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE, SIMPLY PUT YOUR ANSWER AS YOUR STATUS, THEN FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO YOUR FRIENDS .”
It’s just as irritating, but at least this one doesn’t purport to increase awareness for breast cancer or a similar concern. (Or involve dopplegangers or Urban Dictionary.) And alas, this particular trend “made the news,” too, although I’d be hesitant to call it a “total success.”
According to Washington Post, I like it on … your Facebook status
My friend Gen likes it on the barstool. My friend Jasmine likes it in the car.
Get your mind out of the gutter.
They’re talking about their purses.
Titillating the Facebook newsfeeds today, women are posting where they like to keep their purses when they come home, but they conveniently leave out the word “purse.”
Men are not supposed to know what it means. So stop reading now, men.
The trend follows the January Internet meme in which women posted the color of their bra as their Facebook status.
Both are to raise awareness of breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Month. (It’s also Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but that’s another story entirely.)
The question remains whether the viral campaign actually does raise awareness or just raises eyebrows.
One response to a Facebook status: “Woah is right. Overshare.”
Update, 10:45 p.m.
Men: Hmph. Some of the not-so-fair sex have complained that this post is sexist as they are forbidden to read past the jump. Others have complained about the actual Internet meme: “Yeah, that’s a great way to get men on board with breast cancer awareness month…alienate them.”
We suggest going with the flow, men. Men can put purses places these days too.
According to Gossip Jackal, Facebook has recently reviewed site statistics and that users who click the sites ‘Like It!’ button generally have more in-network friends and click on more external links that a typical Facebook user.
Facebook theorizes that ‘Like It!’ users have less of an offline social network and are typically more active on the site, clicking external links more than 5.4 times than the average user.
The statistics have also shown a dramatic increase in website traffic for those sites who also implicate the ‘Like It!’ button.
‘Sporting News’ has seen a 500% increase in traffic while ABC News has increased hits by nearly 190%.
According to dotsperiod reports, I Like It Facebook Status is About Breast Cancer Awareness
I Like It Facebook Status is About Breast Cancer Awareness – For those who are thinking dirty, they might just be disappointed to find out that the “I Like It on Facebook” and other “I Like It” status updates of many women around the world are not actually about “sex” but is actually an advocacy campaign for breast cancer awareness.
These women are answering the question, “Where do you like to put your purse?” Do they answer, “I like it on the floor”, “I like it on the kitchen counter”, “I like it on Facebook”, and many more. This is the same strategy used in last year’s breast cancer awareness campaign where women placed color as status updates on Facebook. These colors represent the colors of their bra.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the “I like it on” trend is an attempt for women to unite around that cause. So if you are a woman and you want to support “Breast Cancer Awareness” then answer the question, “Where do you want to put your purse?” Men can also do the same and perhaps support the awareness campaign.