A vague response to a friend's vaguebooked status update that requires a third party to understand the original vaguebooked status in order to interpret, comprehend, and/or appreciate the response.
If uncontrolled, double vaguebooking can turn into triple or even quadruple vaguebooking.
John's Facebook status: "Cannot believe that just happened"
Mary's comment on John's Facebook status: "I know, right? Though I must say, what happened last May is even more surprising than this."
John's comment on Mary's comment on John's Facebook status: "Maybe...but the May event didn't involve you-know-who with the red pants."
Mary's comment on John's comment on Mary's comment on John's Facebook status: "Haha, so true!"
Michael's comment on John's Facebook status: "WTF are you guys talking about?!"
Just another case of double vaguebooking...
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