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Plank

zero derivation; verb
To lie completely horizontal in a place not usually laid upon
 
The term is used when someone has their picture taken on an object that is not usually laid upon. The subject's feet are laid behind with their arms stretched out completely forward. Planking became popular in the past few months when people have tweeted pictures of themselves lying with hands outstretched in random locations.
Etymology : A plank is generally a completely flat object put on top of another object. When a subject planks, they are imitating a plank by lying completely still atop something else.
Source : "Have you heard about this trend on twitter called planking?" (8-29-2011)
Last modified: 1 December 2011


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