Source: Wikimedia Commons

Source: Wikimedia Commons

Whether you love or hate Facebook, it’s changed not only how many people interact but it’s also changed the English language.

Using ‘like’ as a verb (Can you like my photo of you on Facebook?) and also ‘friend’ as a verb (I’m not sure if I should friend Sam as I’ve never actually met her) are just two examples of Facebook-coined terms being used in every day life.

Can you think of any others?

Read more at Mashable.