/ Scrobble?

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The Lemming - on 14 Feb 2013
WTF is scrobbling?

I just get weird googles of 18th century kidnapping to other such nonsence.

So what is it?
Turdus torquatus on 14 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:

Did you miss the first 4 hits referring to last.fm?
The Lemming - on 14 Feb 2013
In reply to Turdus torquatus:
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> Did you miss the first 4 hits referring to last.fm?

There were also loads of other hits on other stuff, which confused me. Any idea what it is then?
Orgsm on 14 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:

Scrabble when you're missing an a but have an o
MJ - on 14 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:

Isn't 'scrobbling' another name for 'teabagging'?
The Lemming - on 18 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:

I'm still non the wiser.
Lizard - on 18 Feb 2013
jayjackson - on 18 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:
In The Box of Delights, by John Masefield(sp?) it's used as a term for kidnapping. Great book if you haven't read it by the way...
SCC - on 18 Feb 2013
In reply to The Lemming:
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> I'm still non the wiser.

If you're too lazy to read any of the first six results from Googling then, to be frank, the meaning of the word Scrobble is the least of your concerns and may forever elude you.

Two of the results are "Urban Dictionary" and "Net-lingo" - surely this should give you a hint that they might be able to answer your question.

deepstar - on 18 Feb 2013
In reply to jayjackson:
> (In reply to The Lemming)
> In The Box of Delights, by John Masefield(sp?) it's used as a term for kidnapping. Great book if you haven't read it by the way...

You have to watch out when the Wolves are running!

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