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  • v. Present participle of faceplant.


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  • And then I was faceplanting into the leaves as Hzule bulldozed into me.

    Brush of Darkness

  • The guys behind the counter recognized this and allowed us to go into the bathroom together apparently against policy so I could help you remove your makeup and prevent you from faceplanting into the sink.

    Assholes Finish First

  • The whole last three months Hillary Clinton was faceplanting, I grew a grudging respect and admiration for Terry's, um, "forceful" advocacy.

    Obama Shifting Gears For General Election, Recruiting Hillary Staffers

  • The second was struck in the stomach by Sherman, and it doubled over, faceplanting in the dirt.

    Thunder and Ashes

  • I could go in and trim a few prims here and there, get rid on the flicker, but eh, It's my bit of SL history, so I leave it be and remember those early days being shot out of Cordova and faceplanting two sims away.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Let me tell you something: in high school exhaustedly faceplanting into your ham sandwich does not win you a seat at the cool lunch table. | America's Oldest College Newspaper. Founded 1799.

  • We had water balloon explosions, eggs shattering, dizzy relay runners faceplanting, and pie's in the CEO's face. - Business News

  • "If I break my own neck while spinning and faceplanting, they have to let us win right?" edyong209: Ha! RT @warrenellis: Crowd chants "Rooney Rooney."

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  • Her steady subjugation of Fon-fon's dignity is one of the most charming things about this show, although she so did not deserve faceplanting into a steel girder. Antenna

  • People making a mad dash for the door and faceplanting right into the plexiglas.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz


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