Stemming off of the viral story of a group of children who were told by their father they could get a puppy if they received 1 million "likes" on a Facebook photo (they did get the puppy), people are now using the tactic to make indecent proposals.
Norwegian 20-year-old Petter Kverneng appears to have been among the first to show off his different take on the 1 million "likes" campaign with a picture of him and his crush, Catherine, holding a poster that read she would have sex with him if the Facebook goal was reached.
This was last week, and before 24 hours were up, Kverneng's picture exceeded his goal.
But he's not the only one taking what was an innocent plot by children to get a puppy to the seedy side. As the crush Catherine pointed out on Twitter, Kverneng has spurred more copy cats in a way.
(Image via Twitter)
More of these types of images are cropping up with more graphic language that we decided not to post.
People on Twitter are also taking to the trend in a sarcastic manner. Here are a few of those:
Even more Twitter users though are begging people stop making 1 million "like" pleas all together.
These recent "1 million likes" campaigns are certainly not the first to sweep the social media site either. One a few years ago that did not make good on its promise was to name a baby Magatron. The goal was reached, the baby born and he was named Dylan instead.
Kverneng has said on Twitter that he will be on Canadian NEWSTALK 1010 Tuesday night to answer questions regarding his 1 million likes poster, which namely is if the couple went go through with "it."
(H/T: Crazy Days and Nights)