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  1. #1
    Personally: I think an Insta "like" has such different value to different people that it's basically impossible to interpret what that means (for your relationship) without discussing that with the other person first. Or at least looking at what their regular behaviour is (do they follow 3 people and like almost nothing or follow 1000 people and like everything that passes under their thumb?)

  2. #2

    Why did my boyfriend like Emily Ratajkowski's butt on Instagram?

    I think it shouldn’t matter. You can say the guy shouldn’t want to look at other girls other than his girlfriend, but the other side of the argument is just that the guy is appreciating something that he perceives to be nice to look at. It probably does not mean the guy wants to be with Emily Ratajkowski instead of his girlfriend, and there’s no emotional connection or any kind of intimacy between the guy and Emily Ratajkowski anyway.

  3. #3
    I don’t get when people raise the issue of insta creeping. Instagram is a place where people share the best of themselves, whether that be "artsy" photography of nature, objects etc. or photos of themselves. It is not surprising then that other people on Instagram would find that attractive and like it. And you can always make your account private.

  4. #4
    Only older folks put any care or attribution to things they "like." If something looks good or is pleasing then you like it, nothing more than that.
    This whole article was garbage. I’d rather see an article discussing why her boyfriend didn’t like one of her posts and talking with him about that rather than gauging other people on what her boyfriend meant by it. The author touched upon why people like and why they don’t more but ended up with this really narcissistic thing instead.

  5. #5
    See this is interesting. I look at likes two ways:
    1 – Telling "the machine" that I like content like this and to show me more, since more and more apps are doing personalized feeds
    2 – Signalling to the poster that this is great/funny/amazing content, this rationalization is mostly reserved for friends.

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