7 Reasons Why You Should “Like” The Byronic Man on Facebook:
- I like being liked. If you like something, and I like that you did, you may like knowing that. Look at that! We are exponentially increasing the happiness in the world! This could very well start a chain reaction, like a cup of water in the ocean at a time, that creates total world happiness and peace on Earth. And who doesn’t like that?
Luck. Bill Sanderson of Madison, Wisconsin Liked The Byronic Man, and 3 days later landed his dream job. Lura O’Meara of Boston, on the other hand, didn’t Like The Byronic Man and got plague.
- I know tons of famous people, so it’ll be as if you know the famous people. Well, okay, currently I know one famous person. And, sure, “know” might be a strong term. Matthew Fox, who played Jack Shepard on Lost, goes to my gym. We’ve had a few conversations, exchanged curt nods. But, of course, I think it’s pretty important to note that we are both stoic, tortured men, so these nods carry a lot of meaning. They sort of said, “Hello, Matthew Fox. Good to see you. I enjoyed Lost very much, even the final episode, so don’t listen to everyone else.” “Thanks. It’s good to see you, too. You seem to be a man of real refinement and taste, and your abs are looking great. Say, do you know of any good humor blogs?” “As a matter of fact I do. Would you care to have the address?” “I would like that very much. I would Facebooklike that very much. I will tell my celebrity friends so that it will soon be code for who is hot and who is very much not: whether or not they are familiar with your blog.”
- Every time you “like” The Byronic Man, an angel gets its wings. I think I saw it in a movie once.
“Hold on, Back up… Didn’t Matthew Fox recently get accused of punching a woman? What kind of celebrity friends are these?” you ask. For starters, yes, he’s been accused of punching a female bus driver in Cleveland, but he hasn’t been found guilty, and you wouldn’t jump to conclusions if he wasn’t famous, so don’t be like that. Also, though, if it did happen, it’s important to remember that the human body completely replenishes its cells every few months and we had our first conversation several months ago, which means that the Matthew Fox who wants you to like The Byronic Man is literally not the same person. In addition, we exchanged a nod once that pretty distinctly said, “Hello, Byronic Man. How are you?” “Well, Matthew Fox, I’m pretty tense. Mad at the world. Feel like going out tonight, having a lot to drink and punching a woman with a CDL?” “CDL? Ohio’s license allowing the driving of over-sized commercial vehicles?” “That’s the one.” “Well, Byronic Man, I would not like to go do that with you, as that is not an outlet of anger I find acceptable, and suggest you find a more positive way to vent.” “Hm. Food for thought, Matthew Fox. Food for thought. Thank you.” So, there you go. In fact, it’s almost as if by liking The Byronic Man, you are endorsing not punching women!
- Cash & Prizes! About once a month I’ll select one lucky Facebook Liker (okay, that sounds gross, but you get my meaning) to win something. Will it be a $1,000 gift certificate to Amazon? A walk-on role on one of your favorite TV shows? A dream date with Matthew Fox? A mention or interview on The Byronic Man? Who knows!?
- Being a trail-blazer. I’ve got a feeling that The Facebook is going to really catch on, and this is your chance to get involved at the ground floor. To be in on it before everyone knows about it.
Bonus reason. I like you.