facebook boosting

Meaning : verb: similar to call of duty boosting. Liking or commenting on a friends stuff and having them like and comment on your stuff in order to look more popular or get on top news.

Example : Connor and sean are facebook boosting. they i.m. each other asking to like each others status

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