A "follow back" is a return favor to follow someone who has followed you on Twitters.
One is going to "follow back/followback/fb/FB (#follow back/#follwback/#fb/#FB)" anybody who follows @E.G.PersonB! RT one when done and one will know!
A word that is the equivalent of the phrase "requires very much ponder" or, "requires an extreme degree of thought"---possibly of British origin---used as an adjective. In particular, it is used at the end of a sentence as somewhat of an afterthought preceded and followed by an ellipsis (...)
said in a room with people present. This is not the letter ending and indicates that the speaker is trying to describe something too huge to express in mere words.
One loves the webby of BBCR1...Massively....
An alternative usage for the word "YouTube"---possibly of British origin.
Louis Tomlinson of the British boy band/boyband 1D massively embraces the use of "youtubes/YouTubes" to promote his band's viddies.
An alternative usage for the word "Twitter"---possibly of British origin.
1D's Louis Tomlinson prefers "twitters/Twitters" to other social media networks.
an especially cool friend; friend (used by Chamoru men)
My pari and I went to a bar for some drinks!
website/Web site/web site/or, site
Today, I visited the webby of One Direction as well as the webby of The Wanted and found that both bands are boy bands/boybands from the United Kingdom!
Adjective: 1) wandering; 2) vague (Wiktionary)
"...I ask my dignity vagus wandering in strange land..." ("Antigone" by Roberta di Lorenzo)