|1.||Liking to be Liked|
Essentially, "liking" something on facebook that you don't actually have sincere interest in.
Some do it to fit in by liking what popular people liked.
Some do it to reinforce in everyone's minds that the he/she is, indeed, friends with the poster of the status.*
Some do it to make sure everyone knows that he/she was a part of the inside joke in the status.*
Some do it to create the illusion that he/she was a part of the inside joke in the status.*
*You can interchange 'status' and 'picture'.
Examples of Liking to be Liked:
One, Two, and Three alllll liked Four's status, so I did too.
Five's status was nothing special, but I liked it because I wanted to make sure everyone knows I know her and I'm tight with her.
Six made her status about all the drinks we had, but she didn't name names, so I made sure everyone knows I was the one she had drinks with (in case anyone is unsure I drink) by liking it.
One of Seven's statuses was about her and Eight drinking, and even though I wasn't there, I had to make sure everyone knows I do like to drink (in case anyone doesn't know I'm hardcore) so I liked it.
On Facebook, liking something some one shared, sharing it, then when some one else shares it from you, liking it again.
You may or may not have liked the shared thing on your own profile, but the word has more meaning when you do not like the shared thing in your profile. One shares something on their profile when they like it. Therefore, it is redundant to like it via the like button on their profile.
Could be used in the past tense as "cross-liked".
Anne shared a link to a new music video. I liked it and shared it on my profile. Then Peter liked and shared the video from my profile. So I went to his profile and liked it. Then pretty much all my friends started sharing the link and I went on a cross-liking spree and cross liked every time the link was shared.
|3.||all over it|
liking it, loving it
What? A green pinto with T.V.'s in the headrest? Hell yeah, I'm all over it.
|4.||charles it in her|
The high-class British version of chuck it in her. To have sex with a woman.
Rutherford: "What a lovely morning is, Cardwell."
Cardwell: "Ah yes, Rutherford, it is quite a day for a brisk stroll around the estate, is it not?"
Rutherford: "Certainly. I cannot wait to retire to the manor where my handmaiden has prepared freshly baked scones and the finest tea of China."
Cardwell: "She is quite the lovely young lady, I must say."
Rutherford: "Oh, so you take a liking to my handmaiden, do you? Well your handmaiden is quite elegant as well. I do believe I will invite her over for tea tomorrow afternoon."
Cardwell: "Really? Well I do believe I will have your handmaiden over to my estate that very same day. I will have my chef prepare us a nice lobster dinner and after we are finished, I do believe I will charles it in her."
Rutherford: "Ah, my dear Cardwell, if only you knew that I charlesed it in your own Lady Cardwell just last week. Indabutt."
|5.||mr. tell it|
To cockblock a guy by telling the girl he's a fag, douche, player, or any other insult to help discourage that girl from liking him.
Jake: You shouldn't get with Zach, he's a douche and a player and he's only going to use you
Girl: What? What are you talking about?
Jake: He's a dick, don't hook up with him.
Zach: Wow, Jake is a mr. tell it. What a fag.
Much like other veriations of liking or loving something thats cool. Like "I'm Bumming This New Band" etc etc. Simply Replace 'Bumming' Or Your Regular Choice Of Word With "Mell" Or "Mellin'"
"Dude I'm Totaly Mellin' This New Band"
"Hey, I Really Mell Your Shirt - Where'd You Get It"
Len: What Do You Think To This ?
Me : Oh Man I'm Totally Mellin' It !!
|7.||I love it|
The act of liking something. It doesn't actually pertain to love
"how do you like this potato?"
"I love it."