U Jelly. Don't be jelly, just learn to cater to your audience. Unless all of your facebook friends go to your high school and you're the star quarterback, you'll need to get creative to get some attention.
Look for trends in what your friends are liking/commenting on. Post at the right times of the day (i.e., when lots of people are online).
If I post a picture of my kids, or include my kids in my status, I'll get double digit likes and comments from family members and friends.
If I update my status with something clever regarding a common phenomenon or something in pop culture, I'll get anywhere from 8-20 depending on what I'm talking about and how close to the mark I've hit.
If I ramble on about something personal that NOBODY else is experiencing or has experienced, maybe one friend will comment with "lol wut?".
Pay attention to what works and what doesn't. This isn't that complicated.
Also, being somebody who aims to GIVE value instead of trying to GET value helps more than you can imagine - and this is a life philosophy, not just for facebook. When I post something, I'm doing it to entertain or provide some kind of value. If I don't think what I have to say is going to provide any value, I don't post it. That simple.
[EDIT] Or like someone else said, just get some breasts, that's fool proof.