Israeli Newborn Joins Egyptian Baby Girl ‘Facebook’ In Social Network Naming
Facebook is a wonderful tool for reconnecting individuals who have lost touch. But who would’ve known that it could be an inspiration for soon-to-be parents?
I’m sure you’re wondering how does Facebook help soon-to-be parents. Well, according to the Israeli newspaper Maariv, Lior and Vardit Adler found their daughter’s name from a Facebook inspiration. Ladies and Gentleman, please welcome Like Adler. Yes, Like, as in the “like” button.
Hard to believe they bypassed other suitable names like Status, Poke, or even Wall-to-Wall. The announcement of the Facebook baby was suitably posted to Facebook alongside a photograph, which received 40 “likes”.
The proud father was delighted. “Considering that I have only a little more than 100 friends on the network that’s a lot.”
Like isn’t the Adler family’s only child. Lior and Vardit Adler, who enjoy cooking, already have daughters named Dvash – Hebrew for honey – and Pie, as in the English apple pie.
I’m not sure that this isn’t totally FOOLISH! I mean are you seriously going to go around calling your child “LIKE?” I’m sure we’ve all heard worst names though.