thaichicken (thaichicken) wrote in linguaphiles,
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So a few posts back, someone suggested in the comments that someone make an LJ icon to mimic "like"ing on facebook. Seeing as I have lots of important work to be doing and no desire to do it... I've taken on this project.

However, it made me curious: those of you who use facebook in other languages, what word is there next to the thumbs-up for you? Does it have a different meaning? I know I can change my page to any language and look, but I thought a discussion would be fun, plus I don't actually speak most of the other languages.

Cheers!
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