So today Wendy decided to Like a company advertising on Facebook - Zipcar, to be precise. Of course, she didn't actually do this, but Facebook just did it for her instead. If you use Facebook you will probably notice that your friends do this all the time, and while occasionally it may be legitimate in the most part it is just Facebook or apps they have downloaded doing so without their consent. Advertising is wonderful, especially the explicit endorsements that are made up!
You might want to consider what this means to you if your business is buying Facebook advertising based on Likes. Just sayin'.
On the flip side, somebody linked me to this amazing site with many hilarious comics. I recommend the exact comic I linked to, and also this and this. That, to my mind, is the fantastic thing about Facebook - the ability to find hilarious and awesome things my friends sifted out of the random garbage the internet contains.
The other awesome thing about Facebook is reading terrible things you hate that people linked to and then getting into big online arguments about the articles in question. You can't possibly offend anyone and also everybody learns to accept your point of view because you are obviously correct! Also, there cannot possibly be anything more productive to do than argue on Facebook. Right?
Note: I argue on Facebook. It is my version of eating donuts and watching reality TV. Sue me.