With the advent on Facebook of the ability to "like" comments, users can now deliver a "triple-tap" of approval to any post in three easy steps.

1. "like" the post.

2. write a comment to the effect of "i like this post"

3. "like" your comment
status update: Vikas Sanchez is FREAKING OUT ABOUT FINALS!

3 Notifications:

David Sethi likes your status

David Sethi has commented on your status

David Sethi likes his comment: "i like this"

Status Update: Vikas Sanchez just got triple-liked... FML...
von bitofrandito 28. Juli 2010
Used on Facebook.

When you see a comment, status, picture, etc. that you really like, instead of clicking the "like" button once, out of sheer excitement you click the "like" button three times. It isn't a double like, for if you clicked the "like" button twice, it would merely "unlike" the comment, status, picture, etc. When you perform a triple like, you must immediately comment and let the person know that you have triple liked something of theirs.
John: *on Facebook, finds something of interest* Dude, this picture is so epic of us!

Tony: *replying* I know! That was the greatest vacation ever!

John: I made so many good memories there,
I gotta triple like this picture!

Tony: You like it that much, huh?

John: Yes! It's already my background!
von CheeseBallWillie 24. Juni 2011

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