Can we eventually like intructables comments?

then good comments would be seen more! 

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Kiteman6 years ago
Personally, I prefer the "+1" habit we have here.

The ability to "Like" would smack too much of sites like YouTube or FaceBook.

Shhhh! The Ibles team may have heard you!
I think the OP would consider that a feature, rather than the crap that it would be.
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But I like the comments I get...
I like your comment Dr Pepper, I see nothing wrong with it at all. As far as comments go, it is quick, to-the-point, and (possibly) effectively conveys your thoughts on the subject and therefore makes it a good comment.
Oh, good. I'm glad you feel that way. I am honored.
I like this whole discussion! It's friendly, constructive, and thoughtful. Thank you both for your contributions!
Lovefest of expressive appreciation, ahoy!
At first I thought you meant like to mean like like, you know like to like something, to enjoy it. But you mean like, in the sense of some sort of rating of likableness, so that comments can be rated up or down in likeableness, like the comments people like on YouTube videos.

I guess some people just want to be liked.