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Warm weather, water and women in bikinis
Juicy Water, part of the Coca-Cola brand family ran a promotion in the UK in July. It invited its users to cool off in the worlds biggest sprinkler.
Some Facebook users were not too impressed at the promo image of girls in bikinis used to run the promotion. Others were more bothered that the sprinkler turned out to be smaller than advertised.
However the Wimbledon finals were on that weekend so many people did not bother to even turn up to the event.
Stating the bleedin' obvious
Guinness Ireland posted an image of a pint of Guinness. The caption read: "This is a pint of Guinness. Hit "LIKE" if you agree!"
The sad thing is that well over 8,000 people duly clicked the button. The rest of us obviously do not think it is a pint of Guinness at all.
Sometimes clicking 'Like' is totally the wrong thing to do
Asiana flight 214 from Seoul crashed on approach to San Francisco airport (SFO) at the weekend. SFO updated its Facebook page informing people what was happening. So far, over 800 people have clicked Like. Perhaps Facebook needs a 'Thanks for letting us know' button instead.