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“Prayer Farming” a new phrase added to the Urban Dictionary

January 2, 2015

The Urban Dictionary slipped in a new phrase into its dictionary of modern slang: “Prayer Farming.”

Here is their definition:

When a person of a religious leaning takes to their social media accounts to request prayers for themselves, a family member or an acquaintance. All in an attempt to gain attention for themselves and show the world just how bad life is or what a great and godly person they are. Prayer Farming can be compounded by VagueBook Prayer Farming when the Prayer Farmer will not state what the prayers are for, just requesting them of their social media followers.
Status of someone Prayer Farming: “Having a bad time. I can’t go into detail. PRAYERS ARE NEEDED!”
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