Facebookarrhea

Meaning : A condition where a person constantly updates their Facebook status. This is usually classified when a person updates their Facebook status more than 5 times an hour. Also classified as when a person uses Facebook updates like Twitter.

Example : Her facebookarrhea was clogging my update page.

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Facebookarrhea

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