Baby ‘Like’ Named After the Facebook ButtonLior and Vardit Adler of Israel were looking for a unique name for their baby daughter, and boy did they find it. Like Adler was named after the Facebook button, and papa Adler says it's "the modern equivalent of the name Ahava [Love]," except it's not, because it's like. (more)
Lior and Vardit Adler of Israel were looking for a unique name for their baby daughter, and boy did they find it. Like Adler was named after the Facebook button, and papa Adler says it’s “the modern equivalent of the name Ahava [Love],” except it’s not, because it’s like.
And how is little Pie Adler supposed to feel now that she doesn’t have the weirdest name in the family? Yes, the Adlers have a daughter named after a dessert. — PZS
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Lior Adler and his wife Vardit said they were looking for a name that was “modern and innovative”.
Facebook allows users to ‘like’ their friends’ statuses, pictures and posts.
Like Adler’s father said originality was a key factor in the choice and said he had checked no-one else in Israel had the same name.
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