Depends where you came from.
Here's what I'm currently not getting:
That thing where somebody posts a picture of a little girl who has a physical birth defect or some sort of evident developmental disorder, writes some story about how another kid something something mean to her on the playground. and then asks everyone on the interwebz to comment on how beautiful she is or "like" if they think she is beautiful. Assuming the story about schoolyard bullying/name-calling/whatever isn't a complete fiction, is the solution really to teach the kid that the way to respond to small-minded comments from others is to indiscriminately seek affirmations of your physical beauty from as many random strangers as possible? Honestly, it creeps me out a little bit.
As an old fart who has spent the vast majority of his life in a world before there even was an internet, i gotta say this whole social media thing creeps me out a lot