word of the day: February 09, 2008
Content is considered appropriate enough to be viewed by the general public of the facebook community i.e friends/significant others/family/coworkers without having to worry about explaining a sketchy situation
You know it was a good night when only 3 out of 152 pics are facebookable
A statement or form of media that is worthy of posting on Facebook.
"That is a Facebookable comment. I think I'll post it now."
when someone's name is common enough to look up on facebook easily and find them.
Michelle Johnson vs. Michelle Jawnsun. Michelle Jawnsun would be a name
that you could put in facebook
and find the person easily that you are looking for because their spelling is a bit odd. Michelle Johnson is too common to be facebookable
because too many people
share that name it is harder to find that person
When you take a good photo, a funny photo or an all-around rad photo, it's Facebookable; i.e. good enough to post on Facebook, like a group shot taken and everyone looks good.
Girl 1: How do I look in that pic?
Girl 2: Oh, don't worry...it's totes mcgoats
A chick/dude who is good looking enough to be considered a facebook friend
Jill: "oh...hes facebookable"
Brian: "Yo what do u think about that chick over there?"
Jahn: "WHOA snap out of it.....she is absolutley not facebookable."
Due to the upsurge in high school facebookers
whose only other friends are other high school facebookers, facebookable is defined as any picture that displays the said facebooker's status as a crazy partier or otherwise macho person. Thus, the only non-facebookable pictures are ones that show people with their grandmothers, or helping out orphans.
"Shit man, don't put that picture up, that's not facebookable!"
"Why not? It's of you reading to your brother before he goes to sleep."
"Exactly. Here, take this one, it's me passed out in a pool of my own vomit after a killer party!"
you are so cool!"
"Check out the cigarette in my hair!"
If a picture can be posted on facebook. If a photo is admissible to be posted on facebook.
"Is that photo facebookable!!"