- v. Simple past tense and past participle of facebook.
“There's a reason why "facebooked" has become an urban slang slam, "myspaced" has become a synonym for a late-night booty call, and why the blogger elite (including”
“When my beautiful, petite-sized, 22 year old niece, learning assistant Jesse Freeborn, facebooked me asking if I would sponsor her climb up Mount Kilimanjaro, I inhaled deeply.”
“I am sure that I did no help when at one point I tweeted and facebooked: "I hope someone soon has the courage to give a nuanced Christian response to Bin Laden's death that adresses enemies, revenge and hate.”
“If there's anything left to say about the Election (or anything else), that you haven't facebooked, tweeted, texted or IM'd, feel free to put it here.”
“A woman who used to be my boss and has stayed a good friend recommended that I read Sacred Hunger by Barry Unsworth (an epic and brutal story of the Triangle Slave Trade) and another old friend facebooked me that I must read anything by Madison Smartt Bell.”
“And, as you've likely guessed by now, I am displeased with the casting (formally announced last Friday and already widely tweeted and facebooked and whatever) of extremely obnoxious comedian Sacha Baron Cohen -- the literal definition of "ass-clown" if ever show biz has seen one -- in the role of Freddie.”
“I mean, the thought makes me ROTFL, because I haven't facebooked in a minute.”
“And, as you've likely guessed by now, I am displeased with the casting formally announced last Friday and already widely tweeted and facebooked and whatever of extremely obnoxious comedian Sacha Baron Cohen -- the literal definition of "ass-clown" if ever show biz has seen one -- in the role of Freddie.”
“I de-facebooked myself a few months back and really haven't missed it.”
“Even as the news and media let their story fade into the background, people still tweeted and facebooked and blogged and attended vigils that grew in size over the months.”
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