What Does Frape Mean?

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Frape – The Meaning

For the people that don’t yet know what a frape is, Then listen up. Put simply the term ‘frape’ comes from the combination of the words ‘Facebook’ and ‘Rape’.

Fraping as it’s called is the act of sabotaging someones Facebook profile when they leave it logged in! Frapes are done in all kinds of sneaky ways, they include subtle believable status changes such as ‘I’ve just stacked my car again, motoring would be so much easier if i was a man!’

To the more adventurous where profile pictures being changed, sexuality and interests are commonly changed to highly embarrassing remarks, to a load of other range of changes!

Getting fraped can be a cruel experience if done subtly, but the most hilarious ones are where the account has very obviosuly been taken over by a sneaky friend and plastered rude and outrageous remarks on your page!

Here Are Some Examples Of A Frape!

Here are just a few simple frapes which are quite amusing, but obviously when the page’s pictures get modifed along with everything else, the larger the frape the better for all!

One of my friends was fraped; his brother created a Facebook group saying “I’ve lost my phone! I still have everybody else’s number, but mine is new and it’s 07xxxxxx ” – so everybody changed the number in their phone books and it took him a week before he found out.

I Changed his profile picture to a half naked guy with facial hair just like his who was holding grapes.

Before the match on a hardened Man UTD supporters Facebook I saw: “Ok, I’ve been converted. COME ON LIVERPOOL”

I hope this small article has been informative for you.

If you want to learn more about what Frape means and see some funny frapes for youself. The visit Frape ideas and view the pictures where we will show lots of funny ones off!

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