DEFINITIONS OF "LIKE"

  1. Sentence filler
    "Like what like actually"
  2. In ref. to Facebook
    "He liked my Facebook profile picture and then I liked his Facebook profile picture and then he liked one of my tagged photos and then I liked one of his tagged photos and then he liked one of my tagged photos and I liked one of his tagged photos and then he messaged me 'hey.'"
  3. In ref. to Instagram
    "She's liked his last four Instagram posts, do you think they're dating?"
  4. To have a crush on; To "like like"
    "I like you"
  5. To be fond of
    "I like alt j"
  6. To not dislike
    "I like alt j"
  7. Conjunction used to compare two words
    "Her hair was like straw; she used a non-ceramic straightener"
  8. Word placed after "was" to indicate speech
    "He was like, 'Do you wanna smoke a dart?' and I was like 'I don't know what that means.'"