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Definition of Googlebomb

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: so compatible that even the known bugs of product A were replicated in the "bug-for-bug compatible" product B.
Definitions include: the act of removing the CPU from a computer in order to perform a replacement or upgrade.
Definitions include: "to be quite honest".
Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: a computer whose security has been compromised, and is then used to perform computer misdeeds, such as sending spam or performing denial-of-service attacks.
Definitions include: acronym for "too long; didn't read."
Definitions include: acronym for "don't give a fuck."
Definitions include: a metaphorical computer network for data transfer.
Definitions include: video log, running series of short videos posted online.
Definitions include: acronym for "shut the fuck up".
Definitions include: alternate spelling of Rick roll.
Definitions include: idiot.
Definitions include: used with a subject matter to refer to a person with deep, expert knowledge of that subject matter.
Definitions include: any email that is unpleasant in tone or content.
Definitions include: an Internet "Law" (i.e. observation that often holds true) formulated by Mike Godwin.

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Other terms relating to 'bomb':

Definitions include: good; excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: very "bomb".
Definitions include: something excellent; "very cool".
Definitions include: something extremely good.
Definitions include: something good, large, or any other thing in that manner.
Definitions include: extremely drunk.
Definitions include: to beat up; "woop (one's) butts".
Definitions include: very good, excellent, the best; "cool"; "awesome". Also bomb; bomby.
Definitions include: to send correspondence in a massive and largely untargeted way.
Definitions include: the word "cunt".
Definitions include: A chair that has been farted into and sent rolling across the room/office to spread the smell and/or deliver the "gift" to someone else.
Definitions include: cool, fun, hip, the best.
Definitions include: a failed "dot com" company.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, the best; "cool".
Definitions include: to defecate; "poop".

Other terms relating to 'google':

Definitions include: acronym for "Google is your friend".
Definitions include: to do an internet search on someone or something.
Definitions include: a metaphorical substance that increases a website's rankings in Google search results.
Definitions include: to use a search engine to get information about a current or past love interest.
Definitions include: GTS if you want the answer to that GTS it Google that shit
Definitions include: a Google query consisting of two words that returns a single search result.
Definitions include: acronym for "Google that shit".
Definitions include: Surfing the web with a smartphone while on the toilet

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