Either that, or it truly has something to do with so many bagel “shmears” as a child of the Jewish diaspora
Posted by Lizzie on 11/09/11
(smearch), v., n.
1. To Google someone in hopes of finding bad news about him or her. 2. A Web session seeking damning information. “Repeated smearches yielded the picture of Representative Chris Lee’s shirtless physique, which led to his resignation.” See also: Freudenstalke (to take pleasure in negative findings). Also: misfortune hunters.
I am smearching. I was going to say this wasn’t as dirty as it sounds, but I’ve decided it is.
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