Since Facebook now allows you to tag other users in posts INSIDE Facebook – (I’m too tired to explain it here, – here’s a great Mashable post about Facebook status tagging) – many Facebook users are treating Facebook status updates much like they would Twitter tweets.
So what are we, as Facebook users to do, if we want to repost and/or share Facebook status update we like? I’m calling it now. Or at least I hope I am – I haven’t heard anyone else call this yet. I’m trying to get on the ball right away.
Instead of a RETWEET (RT: a reposting of a tweet on Twitter) from here on out, a post of another user’s Facebook status will be called the RFB – a REFACEBOOK.
Here’s how it works:
It’s genius. I love it. Who doesn’t?
So, spread the word. See a Facebook status update you like? Copy and paste it, @ tag the person who first said it, and RFB it! YAY REFACEBOOKING.
It’s the little pleasures in life.