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Everybody Likes a Full Glass
You get two shot glasses with the iconic thumbs-up "like" symbol that you might recognize from a certain social website. When the glass is full the thumb points up; you Like that. Drain the glass and turn it upside down to signal that you're not happy with the situation. I Like Shots is a whole new kind of social media. Hand-wash only to preserve the design.
Are you curious...?
Facebook's "Like" button made its debut in 2009. When you Like something you see, it shows up in your friends' news feeds. Your "like profile" can be used to make accurate deductions about your race, political leanings, sexual orientation, religion, substance use, and other personal qualities of great value to advertisers. "Like farmers" create a page with a picture or slogan designed to stir passions (often patriotic) and implore you to Like it or share it if you agree. That page then spreads to your friends, who might feel obliged to Like it as well and spread it even further. When one of these pages gets tens or hundreds of thousands of Likes, the farmer sells it to a business that wants a built-in audience.