not a book with chord charts, but a facebook account, which has been created by a famous person in order to live a normal social networking life.
Dude, Steve Nash just gave me his fakebook name. That rules because now I can REALLY be friends with him on the internet instead of just tweeting @ him.
word of the day: July 03, 2008
Adding friends to facebook who you don't particularly like, socialize with or think you are friends with.
Go to her fakebook pages to see all of her friends he/she does not have.
Creating a profile that is not you, with a fake name and details, possibly for the reason to spy on someone you don't want to know is you
Dude1: "Omg I can't believe she's blocked me"
Dude2: "Create a fakebook and add her to mess up her page!"
the true meaning of facebook ! Users can create any type of profile with photos, lists of personal interests, contact information, and other personal information either true or fake .
some nerd wanna be who makes a fakebook profile in order to be cool on the internet so that they can make more fakebook friends.
When a girl or guy looks good on facebook and acts like they are the shit, but when you actually meet them there either ugly or fat and they fake as fuck.
That girl you met the other day i saw her...she fakebook dude.
having a fake Facebook account to stalk/check/spy on one's ex, their new partner etc etc
Person 1: Did you hear about Natalia?
Person 2: No, what happened?
Person 1: She made a fakebook to stalk John.
A digital pseudo-reality boasting your 'Real IP Address Self' has hundreds of close human 'friends' beyond those you actually have. Yet, the preponderance of these are anomalous entities, much like avatars or quintessences of the collective imagination of those involved. These pixel-meld hallucinations are typically of someone you have never met, never will, or even if you did, you wouldn't recognize each other, which proves the point entirely. 'Friends' are virtual, semi-actualized characters who 'liked' something you said in a lucid moment; are attracted to someone you resembled; were amused by a photo you posted; or related to purported fun or drama.more...
But since they are never online after befriending you (& they think you are weird if you write them later or think they are actually there) it shows you have bought into this parallel macrocosm of distortedly amplified friendship. Participation severely underlines your extreme insecurity about having few or no 'real' friends since you are willing to make friends with anyone under the slightest pretext & even buy into a scam that gives you a warm, fuzzy sensation of being part of a benign worldwide social network (that may not even include your actual family & friends), but is mainly trying to sell you stuff via tailored ads that materialize on the right, regarding everything you talk about. Just post any word that crosses your mind to see behind the fabric of this lucrative venture. Ka-ching!
A fake Facebook
account. As in a account created for the purposes of: Sending yourself or friends extra game or app requests, Facebook Roleplaying
, talking and interacting with strangers, or otherwise acting anonymously
Bill creates a Facebook
account called "Ash Catch-Pokemon" and befriends other Pokemon