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walljack(1)

verb analogy, blending
when two people take over or hijack a mutual friend’s Facebook wall and have a conversation on it, without the mutual friend taking part in it.
 
Tiffany and Annie just walljacked me. Their conversation took up my entire page!
Etymology : from the analogy of the word ‘hijack,’ which means to steal a vehicle. since the Facebook wall is being taken over, ‘wall-’ replaces ‘hi-.' 'wall' from Old English. 'hijack' from American English.
Source : Rice student, October 2010
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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