Not page related
NPR - What's your favorite Facebook-specific slang?
|BOT||Back on topic|
|Faceremorse||Remorse after posting on Facebook|
|Ghost post||A Facebook comment that was removed|
|Unfriend||To remove a friend on Facebook|
|CYFB||Check your Facebook|
|GYSR||Gosh, you're so random|
In posts made on Facebook pages, NPR stands for "not page related." Users who want to discuss something unrelated to a page's intended topic can begin their post with NPR to signal the post is OT.
For example, a Green Bay Packers fan who wanted to learn what their fellow fans' favorite cheese is might post the following to the Green Bay Packers Facebook page:
"NPR. Wondering what all my fellow Cheeseheads' favorite cheese is? Personally, I'm a refined, brie type of guy, though nothing is better than sharp cheddar on game day. #GoPackGo #Cheesehead4Lyfe #CheesePlease"
While some page admins tolerate an amount of NPR posts, others delete all NPR posts or ask users to voluntarily remove them. If a user regularly posts NPR content to a Facebook page, they are likely to get banned from that page.