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Old 02-02-11, 08:17 AM   #1
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The Giant I HOPE) Foo Snowbooking Thread

Since the entire MW, from Dallas to the upper NE is more or less snowed in, I thought this thread was appropriate after I got an email from Urban Dictionary, about a new entry, Snowbooking!

Originally Posted by Urban Dictionary
Snowbooking: To constantly update your status or post on Facebook during a snowstorm. Normally, because your stuck inside and bored out of your mind.

Also can be used to describe Facebook users who constantly discuss, complain, or post pictures about a snow storm.

Sarah must be snowed in and bored, because she's been snowbooking since the storm started.

The roads haven't been plowed so everyone's snowbooking.
So, let's hear your Snowbooking Updates. Here's mine......getting ready to go snowshoeing this afternoon. Purdue has been closed for 2 days, and no classes, so why not?
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