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New Word Alert! “PUG”

Pug /pʌg/ [puhg]: v. 1. To annoyingly but not aggressively urge or encourage someone to follow or support a cause. 2. To repeatedly remind. 3. To incessantly invite the same person to the same event/cause/page/game. (See Facebook and Tumblr)

Word origins – Slang or lazy version of ‘plug’ but more frequent and less artful; rumored to be a combination of ‘pester’ and ‘bug’

Sample sentence: “He won’t stop pugging you until you like his page.”

Sample Pug: You should visit and fan!/pages/Mike-Stoumbos-Author/278800375466043

#NewWord #Pug

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