Variety is the spice of Like

Aren’t we getting much too predictable with our praise nowadays?

We click a Like button, and that’s it. Facebook has expanded the repertoire enormously to six (6) symbols: Like, love, haha [springtime for humor], wow, sad, angry.

Now thats rich! Not.

How can we get out of this boring rut, dictated by Messrs Zuckerberg & Co? Here are some suggestions. Instead of clicking Like:

pointing-trspBe radical! Send flowers!

pointing-trsp Write a few well thought out words: “I really like that. And by the way, I really like YOU a lot. Did I ever tell you that in plain language? If not, now’s the time!”

pointing-trspShare, repost or re-tweet what you liked to 30 of your friends or contacts, with the comment “Fantastic, you just have to check this out, folks!”

pointing-trspSend chocolate. True, it takes a bit longer to arrive than a Facebook Like, but who is in a hurry? If you are, send it right away.

pointing-trspIf the person is close by, go and give him/her a hug and a kiss. Now we are talking real broadband…

pointing-trspSend a loving SMS. It’s not much but it’s more than a like.

pointing-trsp Phone the person up. Use your voice, not just your fingers, to convey how much you like whatever it is you like. Hearing a voice is already a gift in a world that has gotten used to primitive messages that have to be read head sideways.

pointing-trspInvite the person to dinner, coffee and chat or the movies. The world could end tomorrow, so you might as well make the best and happiest of it.

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