Before you read on, think back: Was there a time when, perhaps overcome by the ubiquity of “Photograph”, you might have liked Nickelback on Facebook? Why don’t you take a second and maybe undo that if you did. We’ll wait.
All set? Good. Now, maybe you’re curious as to who else amongst your friends at some point in time clicked that dastardly little thumbs up symbol. You could simply go to the Canadian rockers’ page and see that “people you know” section, but one enterprising young websurfer has come up with a way to avoid “Nickelback’s Facebook Page” coming up in your history.
All you have to do is click this link, and you’ll see a list of all your friends who’ve liked “page_id=6248267085.” Not to be presumptuous, but we assume whoever discovered this nifty link did so to find a way to unfriend these Nickelback fans as swiftly as possible, as that option is presented right next to their names.
I found seven former friends using this nifty trick, so how about you?
(Note: I didn’t actually unfriend these people; I’m not that petty, folks.)