I saw this in a textbook. (It was an article about "my kind of entertainment")
We learnt at school that after like in this type of sentences we should use "ing-forms" Would it have another meaning?
Thank you for your answer.
Firstly both like + infinitive (like to get) and like + -ing (like getting) are possible. In most cases there is no significant difference in meaning.
In British English, there is sometimes a difference between "I like doing" and "I like to do" :
Mary likes peoples to be on time (she thinks it is a good idea for them to be on time).
I like swimming. (In general)
I like to swim in the mornings (regular).
I found this video on Youtube. I hope it helps.