“Most Likes in One Day
On Wednesday March 21, 2012 you surpassed your previous record of most likes in one day ( 7 ) for your posts on She Kept A Parrot. That’s pretty awesome, well done!
Note: we started tracking this March 2012.”
Now, that, my friends, is the notice I got in my drop-down list of folks who clicked “Like” because they were here and didn’t want to waste a visit by leaving no footprint….lots of them. I do not understand this tracking business. What is the purpose? Do people actually keep up with that sort of thing? Are we selling something here?
I read a really funny piece the other day. I got there from Mollusk Girl, I think. If I didn’t, my apologies, MG. The title of this guy’s post was something like, “Why I Will Never Be Freshly Pressed”. Does anybody read FP? I gave it an acronym because I suspect it has importance for somebody. Anyway, this guy said he would never be FP’d. A hilarious list detailing the reasons for rejection followed. I wish I could recall the list. Let me tell you. None of you is going to be FP’d here according to this guy’s criteria…and I trust him because he has carefully, meticulously, researched the subject. Imagine!
WP thinks seven is “pretty awesome”. Garden Friend and I think it’s mighty funny. Forgive me, I just could not resist….