An insincere and self-promoting post on another's Facebook wall intended for a public audience, in spite of the wall's one-on-one nature.
This is usually done to advertise traits which when put in the direct form of a status update would make the poster's motives far too transparent.
KATE: Why did Christina post "you're the best. LOVE LOVE LOVE." on my facebook wall? She hasn't talked to me in five months and it's not my birthday.
MARK: She probably wants everyone to think she's the type of girl who is tight with her friends, and people would call her on it if it were a status update.
KATE: A proxy wallpost? Seriously?
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