DEFINITIONS OF "LIKE"
- •Sentence filler"Like what like actually"
- •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.'"
- •In ref. to Instagram"She's liked his last four Instagram posts, do you think they're dating?"
- •To have a crush on; To "like like""I like you"
- •To be fond of"I like alt j"
- •To not dislike"I like alt j"
- •Conjunction used to compare two words"Her hair was like straw; she used a non-ceramic straightener"
- •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.'"