We've noted that there are different types of social cues in this era of social networking. For example, how should you respond to seeing that it's someone's birthday
on Facebook? There are also all sorts of questions about when you should change your "relationship status," and what that means. And then there's the "to like or not to like" question in responding to the status updates of others. But, no matter what the questions are around the proper etiquette, I think we can all agree that attacking your estranged wife for not "liking" your status update about your dead mother
is entirely inappropriate (story found via Kashmir Hill
Police said Apolinar, 36, posted an update on his Facebook page about the anniversary of his mother's death and became angry after his wife, who he only recently separated from, did not click the "like" button to show she appreciated his comment.
Apolinar was allegedly drunk when he confronted his wife of 15 years at her home while dropping off his children on Tuesday night.
"That's amazing everyone 'likes' my status but you, you're my wife. You should be the first one to 'like' my status," he allegedly told her.
One wonders if she'll "like" his status update concerning his arrest and upcoming court appearance.