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defriend

To delete a friend from one's network on a social media site. I can't believe he defriended me just because I disagreed with an article he posted.
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I actually de-friended him because seeing this going on really hurt my feelings.
It's terribly tedious and will result in only one thing - being de-friended - and I defy anyone to say that wouldn't bother them.
And to make sure she doesn't know what I'm getting up to while she's away I have de-friended her on Facebook and Twitter and temporarily blocked what she can see that I'm up to.
So, she put her post-surgery pictures on Facebook and 100 of those same lovely "friends" promptly de-friended her.
The girl had "de-friended" Attwood, so her mum set a trap sending a friend request pretending to be her daughter.
Finally, in the face of countless threats to be "de-friended" I kept quiet for a while on Facebook.
16 ( ANI ): Very few of us read the lengthy terms and conditions when we sign up for anything, but social networking site Facebook has some very strict rules that might lead us being de-friended by the network itself if we aren't careful.
First the Turks, Americans and Europeans de-friended him.
"Obviously, when I de-friended Christine she couldn't see any of my information any more so she stopped talking to Kurt and broke off their relationship knowing it would be impossible to continue without my photos," explained Jenna.
Till now, Facebook had no such feature which notified the user about who de-friended them.
"Was just de-friended by the yellow team aka focus believe achieve, let's hope we don't have another Amazing Race party to go to .
If you ask a judge to "friend" you on Facebook and your request is ignored--or worse yet, you get "de-friended"--don't take it personally.
Worst case scenario: you are de-friended. Best: fewer pictures on your feed means more room for quiz results.