Guilt Status Update

Meaning : A Facebook or other social networking status intended to get attention, where lack of action is cause for guilt. Often posted by facebook sympathy whores, and usually featuring a call to repost it.

Example : Facebook Whore's Guilt Status Update : "Like this status if you care about me. Comment if you're a true friend. Repost if you have the guts to see who yours are."

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