1 Million Facebook Likes Can Get You More Than a Puppy, If You Know What I’m Sayin

    January 18, 2013
    Josh Wolford
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Apparently, 1 million Facebook likes is the new measurement for something you don’t think is possible but is totally possible, and really not that hard.

Yesterday, we told you about the cute kids who won a new puppy, after their parents told them they could get one if they could generate 1 million Facebook likes. The kids posted a cute picture, and 13 hours later had a million likes. Now, the stubborn parents have to get their kids a puppy. Kids: 1. Facebook: 1. Social media-underestimating parents: 0.

Now, it looks like some dude might just get to hook up with a girl because Facebook users are the ultimate bros.

Petter Kverneng posted this photo to his Facebook Timeline 22 hours ago:


As of right now, the photo has nearly 1.3 million likes. It looks like Petter may be getting some action.

Or, not, you know. Facebook likes aren’t a binding agreement. Norwegian site verdalingen.no reports that the two posted the photo as a joke with friends, and that Petter and the girl, Catherine (both 20), have never been romantically linked. BUT, they say they’re going to go through with it.

Mashable says that the photo was posted to 4chan’s /b random board, which would explain its meteoric rise.

Good for you, Petter. I guess. Or not. It’s kind of weird I guess. But then again, you could’ve just done it without involving Facebook. Freakin’ kids.

  • http://www.mayura4ever.com Mayura

    Wierd enough 😀 BTW Glad to hear it’s a joke.


    • ART

      nope, joke or not they made a verbal contract. Shes obligated to do him atleast once which depending on his sheer force of will. will only last about a minute or 5 so whats 5 minutes out of 100 goddamned years?

      • Chance

        Sorry, but in order for a verbal contract, like a written contract, to be legally binding, there has to be a component of consideration. Both parties have to be giving up something of value (be it time, money, etc) for the agreement to be binding. Debates about defining “valuable” in this case aside, an instance like this one could argue that she is giving up something but he is not; all that is required from him in the agreement is to acquire something. Instantly unenforceable contract.

  • tahoecale

    You know i have tried many different ways to get my fan pages active. And what i have noticed is that the first few likes are the hardest when your fan page only has 1 like it seems to be hard to get the ball rollin…. So i found a quick way of getting a few hundred likes. i was googling and found this blog about a website called http://socialmediaexplode.com it claimed to get you 100s of likes for free.. i was totally sceptial but i signed up anyways just to see. It went like this you sign up and you need “coins” to get likes you get coins by liking other members pages…. so i liked about 20 pages real quick and waited about 30 mins came back to the site and all my coins were gone? i was thinking i just got scammed! so i ran to my fan page and i was shocked! i had received 20 likes to my fan page! i almost couldn’t believe it. It really works. even if the likes are not the most potential clients, it still helps you get started and its not like it hurts to have more likes.. Plus soon as facebook adds its new paid to post system its going to get harder and harder to get fans and traffic off of facebook. “Just my 2 cents”

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