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  • v. Present participle of facepalm.


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  • Hemerly found a dubiously funny sketch comedy duo that wrote a song about the common broker habit of "facepalming" while watching bad news on the trading floor.

    Pop + Politics

  • Now I'm untired from laughing, facepalming, and drinking. ...

    costume update, bad movie review, etc.

  • What does Picard /facepalming have to do with me? automobot i have a feeling the movie's going to be the same thing waiting for the cool robots while having to sit through the pointless and terrible acting perry kinda gay

    Transformers Viral: Giant Robots Sighted Around The World | /Film

  • Covering his face.... with his hands..... facepalming?

    LOL: Chris Rock Speaks the Truth About Roman Polanski | /Film

  • If Sir Archy were alive and saw this, we could get the first picture ever of a Victorian Era man facepalming.

    Lighten up. It's just fashion.

  • This is perhaps the most hilarious tweet we've yet seen regarding the BA strike, and we really feel for this woman, who is appropriately facepalming and/or showing off her wedding ring for her Twitter picture.

    Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  • Of course, he behaves as though it's a complete accident, facepalming and saying "Oops, don't show that to my audience!"

    Crooks and Liars

  • Personally, if there is someone watching over us, he is facepalming over what religion has become.

  • Massy, how to even pronounce that oh? massy: * facepalming omg wut is this ar?

    Forever Tulip

  • My husband worked for a little software company in downtown CW, and got "laid off" when he refused to bring Hubbard books home and make the family read them. aresef: Somewhere, there's a Society of Professional Journalists ethics chair facepalming ...

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