Ryan Cordell
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    This is the photo that started it all. Ryan and Evie Cordell posted this on Facebook, promising their young daughters that if they got 1 million Facebook "likes," they could get a puppy. Guess what? They got over a million likes, and the puppy was theirs.
    Ryan Cordell
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    But this is the Internet, of course, and what starts off innocently doesn't always stay that way. Enter Petter Kverneng, 20, on right, who told the people of Facebook that if he got a million "likes," his friend Cathrine would agree to sex with him. Yes, it did hit a million. As for the promise, Kverneg said Cathrine was just a friend and the whole thing was really a joke.
    Petter Kverneng
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    Stephen Patten just couldn't hold back from making fun of the whole phenomenon. His son, he wants everyone to know, isn't really getting a stripper and this was just a joke.
    Stephen Patten
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    Blush Boutique Miami capitalized on the trend fast. Within the a week of the meme's popularity, they ran a "million likes" challenge, this time with a naked twist.
    Blush Boutique Miami
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    Wyatt McGuire said he doesn't care if you liked his photo since he is still going to do whatever he wants.
    Wyatt McGuire (@themouth)
  • "1 Million Likes" Photos and Parodies Take Over Facebook

    Not everyone is about poking fun when it comes to 1 million likes. Samantha Carroll's children wanted to bring attention to organ donation and congenital heart defects. After complications following a transplant last year, their father died, and now they want to get the word out about heart disease.
    Samantha Carroll
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