The wise people of Twitter have finally addressed that ethical conundrum we all face as our finger would hover over the star icon, wondering if we could really deem something a favorite when our feelings about it were actually just a shade above lukewarm. Swapping our stars for hearts, Twitter changed favorites to likes. Big day, if only they'd left the favorite button just a little bit longer so I could use it to express my feelings for this very change! This will make the internet a slightly-more-honest place, especially for those of us who don't have dozens, or hundreds, or thousands of favorites, which is pretty much everyone. Unless, of course, you're truly one of those people who gets excited for everything. I'm looking at you, camp counselors, cheerleaders, and kindergarten teachers. Your unabashed enthusiasm inspires and confuses us all.
Anyway, I'm pretty jazzed that I'll have the ability to express when something is a 6.5 on my own personal one-to-ten scale of awesome. It's an amazing time to be alive knowing that we can share our feelings for things that fall somewhere between "sounds pretty good" and "love it so much I can't eat or sleep or breathe." Allow me to show you a few examples: