A Taunton man felt a little deceived today when he discovered that the girl he ‘liked’ in the group ‘1 million likes for my daughter to beat cancer’, died.
Mark Pye, a 48 year old road sweeper who once won ‘Taunton Road sweeper of the Year’ award said ‘I thought I was doing my bit. The child eventually got over a million ‘likes’ so she should have survived. It makes me wonder where these ‘likes’ are going, probably to administrators and bureaucrats. It’s not as though I have a ‘like’ tree growing at the bottom of my garden.'
Facebook has recently come under criticism for the low success rates of ‘likes’ in campaigns such as curing terminal illness, improving the attention received by teenagers looking to improve self esteem and preventing people for paying for anything ever again.
Mr Pye, obviously irate, continued ‘I feel as though my ‘like’ has been wasted and I am fed up of getting scammed. Next time I am going to ‘like’ something more worthwhile such as a video of a fat jack russell twerking.’
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was unavailable for comment as he is currently hiding under the Winklevoss twins’ house copying their new project.