I Like It On The Floor Facebook Status

October 6, 2010 by USA Post 

I Like It On The Floor Facebook Status, Facebook reading states, “I like on the ground” and “I like the kitchen table” and “I like being on the couch,” are popping up everywhere in recent days and many are wondering what those states said. In fact, many may be hoping that they mean what they seem to mean.

These messages, which appear sexually suggestive, not really. The “I like about the phenomenon (fill in the blank) is just the latest phenomenon to hit Facebook as women (and probably some men) to update their states where they are described as” that “in order to promote cancer breast cancer awareness month. The “it” in question is not sex, and that seems to suggest, but rather a bag or purse.

The fun game of Facebook, in fact, is to describe the place where a woman likes the place of your wallet or purse. What “it” is left to the imagination, but more likely “that” is supposed to be something of a sexual nature, whether the story of how the human mind can serve as a guide.

Earlier this year, a similar base spread Facebook campaign based on the women went to their Facebook status and lists only one color, which ultimately was the color of bra wearing. At that time, it seemed that every woman with a Facebook account was going into “red” or “white” or “black” or “pink.”

The Facebook phenomenon, and its use in the rapid dissemination of messages helps support important causes, it seems that only grow in impact across the country and around the world. When an earthquake devastated Haiti, many went to Facebook to find out how to send more efficient and effective contributions to the devastated country.

Facebook causes can be very funny. Earlier this year, a student at Purdue University to collect millions across the country to participate in ‘bubquake’ a comic reaction to the assertion of an Iranian cleric that scantily clad women around the world were causing an increase natural disaster.

This type of advocacy efforts has some critics. Some believe it trivializes important issues such as breast cancer and gives the illusion that people are doing something more useful than they really are.

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