9 definitions by Narcissistic Notes FB page

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In popular psycology, a flying monkey is someone who does the narcissist’s bidding to inflict additional torment to the narcissist's victim.

It might consists of spying on the victim, spreading gossip, threatening, painting the narcissist as the victim and their target as the perpetrator.

Despite this, the narcissist does not hesitate to make flying monkeys their scapegoats when and if needed.
The narcissist might send siblings as flying monkeys to badger the adult child back.
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page April 15, 2014
A person who indulges in public displaying their physical appearance but also their power, wealth or personality.

For example, they might dress in extravagant or thought-provoking looks or post an excessive number of photos of themselves on social media.

We disagree with most definitions in mainstream dictionaries as "a person who behaves in ways intended to attract attention". While this might be true in many cases, they seem to force a psychological interpretation of their behaviour we are not able to judge.

Not to be confused with the psychiatric definition of exhibitionist referred to those who show their genitalia in public.
I am something of an exhibitionist
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page December 22, 2014
Facebook Prostitution is the practice of posting on Facebook in exchange of or expecting for Likes from other Facebook users and fan pages.
Dude #1 He's on Facebook all day and keep posting his shit just to get a few Likes from his friends...
Dude #2 That's just Facebook prostitution, dude!
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page October 02, 2013
Narc-artists are amateur and self-proclaimed artists who show
symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder in exercising
their craft.
For example, narc-artists might not submit their works to the
critics in order to avoid negative feedback, they might not be
able to stand rejections or even satire on they works and might
attempt to drive the behaviors of their audience to try to get
the reactions they wish to receive.
Narc-artists are notoriously totally careless about the impact
that publishing their works have on others and they don't
hesitate to publish what anyone else would rather keep private
if they think they have produced a masterpiece.
More often than not, narc-artists get legal troubles for privacy
breaches or libel/slandering for publishing works which violate
the laws and self-sabotage themselves in divorce proceedings.
However, instead of giving up felonious works, the narc-artists
might forward them to fellow narc-artists who will eventually
publish them on their behalf or they might tell their stories to
unaware and gullible flying-monkeys artists who will publish new
works based on their versions of events (normally tales in which
they are innocent victims of irrational monsters).
Luckily, narc-artists, as well as their flying monkeys artists who befriend them are little talented, therefore their works wont be popular, nor disseminated.
You are not an artist, you are a bloody narc-artist!
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page August 14, 2014
Gullible and delusional person who is persuaded everyone adores them.
Due to this misconception, they are easily victims of con-artists and hoes.
They need to be closely followed to avoid they harm others of themselves.
Narcissistic Notes: Facebook page about narcissists and narcissism.
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page October 09, 2014
The science of not accepting personal responsibility by blaming others for own faults.
Stop with this blameology!
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page April 15, 2014
Facebook Stalking consists of monitoring Facebook activities of Facebook users.

Like regular (cyber)stalking, Facebook stalking allows the stalker to secretly gather information about the stalkee but, unlike regular (cyber)stalking, Facebook Stalking is not illegal as - in this case - is the stalkee that freely and spontaneously posts information on Facebook (or online) about themselves.
Posting contents on Facebook (or anywhere online) makes that content public.

Facebook stalking is generally accepted by the voyeuristic victims but sometimes they complain being *stalked*. This shows either ignorance in the use of these new media platforms (and in the law) or eagerness to accuse their next of the very same evil they ask for.
In addition, being a Facebook user stalked for real or not, they cannot know it, according to strict Facebook rules which prevent them to know who visited their profile.
Guy A: You know dude, my ex is Facebook stalking me!
Guy B: And how do you know it?
Guy A: I don't: it's just my gut feeling...
Guy B: Get over it, dude!
by Narcissistic Notes Fb page October 09, 2014
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