Even as reliance on Facebook fades away with better alternatives for socializing (like, say, real-life meeting), people find immediate clicks when someone “likes” or “loves” a post on the platform and other platforms that had that option like Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.
It is especially nostalgic and sweet when you go back to your loved ones “like” or “love” every post you gave. It can be seen that way when someone gets a “deeplike” to you personally.
Or it can give nightmares when someone likes a past post you had. At least you’ll know who has been stalking you.