Not the point. If you look hard enough, you'll find fans of every single product Microsoft farts out, including ME and Microsoft Bob. With a large enough installed base, it approaches a statistical certainty that someone somewhere enjoyed it, no matter how odious. Just as the world's least liked food is probably enjoyed by a few individuals.
But the stories of people who "love" windows 8 have a sameness about them that seems to indicate that (a) they're oft-repeated stories about the same person, or (b) they're made-up. Personally I go for (b), but concede there is a possibility of (a). Hell, I know someone who doesn't mind her Windows 8 tablet too much, but she spends well over 90% of her time in Internet Explorer, and is 100% a content consumer, so she misses out on much of the pain. Maybe Microsoft should feature her in commercials.
"My kid got a Surface RT for his birthday and won't put it down. He sometimes gets tangled in the power cord when he sleeps with it at night. We have to take it away from him at dinner and he cries and cries." "I brought home my Windows tablet and my four daughters immediately loved it. They have all abandoned their ipads and they fight over who gets to use Windows 8." Well, ok if you say so. But didn't I hear that story from someone else last week? And the week before? Is there maybe a memo going around of two or three "success stories" that everyone is supposed to repeat?