word of the day: April 22, 2012
A comment on a Facebook item (e.g. status, note, etc) that was removed by the author due to A) misspelling, B) stupid remark, C) awkward input, or D) other.
The result is typically confusion and several wasted minutes on the part of the one who was commented on or anyone who posted previously.
Facebook: XYZ commented on your note.
Me: ...where's the comment? Jeez, way to ghost post, XYZ.
(n) an entry posted to urbandictionary.com with a strong editorial slant that mysteriously never appears on the website
Despite having received confirmation of my definition for "one-termer
" and a message that the definition will appear in the next 24 hours, it never does. Considering the level of incoherent gibberish that does get posted, one has to wonder how my entry became a ghost post. Can an entry be posted, recommended for deletion, voted on, and deleted in less than 48 hours? I seriously doubt it.
(Chances are you won't see this definition either.)
posts written for a brand by a dedicated writer and not by a salaried employee of the company.
Who has the time to update social media? I have a company to run, and I don't want to hire someone for $30K+ a year. Let's just ghost post
it. So easy, it's scary.
When someone posts on your facebook wall but deletes it, yet you are still left with a notification that this person posted on your wall.
Man, I hate it when my friends leave ghost post on my wall.
The feeling that remains between your toes after you take off toe-post sandals.
After walking for ages in these flip flops earlier I've still got ghost-post!
When you type out the mean comment you wish you could post on a social networking site, then delete it.
Guy 1: Did you see Jenna's facebook status? She's such a fucking idiot
Guy 2: Well, did you give her shit about it?
Guy 1: Nah bro I didn't wanna start anything, so I just ghost posted