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'That's me in the mirror. Oh my gawd, is that me too?'

DEFINITION: To take a picture of yourself, pointing a camera at yourself, while you admire yourself. Often done in the privacy of your bathroom.

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Created by: Manhattan

Pronunciation: My-Flekt

Sentence: Anne was going to MyFlect but she realized how cliche it was so she put down the camera and picked up a good Evelyn Waugh novel -- perhaps it was Brideshead Revisited.

Etymology: From MySpace, the online community, and the word reflect.

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Created by: ce0brb

Pronunciation: Van-o-tog-raphy

Sentence: Linda Loveherself was an avid vanotographer. She didn't really use her camera for anything else.

Etymology: Vanity & Photography

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /"när-is-'esh/

Sentence: MySpace and Flickr photo galleries are suffering from a glut of photos of people narcissesching.

Etymology: from Narcissus + Escher

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Created by: Benperson

Pronunciation: sell' flik

Sentence: Mary enjoys selflicking for her MySpace.


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Created by: DIKIDI




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Created by: twodigs

Pronunciation: nar-SIS-i-fi

Sentence: I like to narcissify before a date; it builds my confidence.

Etymology: from the Greek myth of Narcissus

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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: re-flek-TAWG-rah-fee

Sentence: Candice was renowned for her piles of blurry reflectography snapshots.

Etymology: Reflect + photography

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Created by: chofu67

Pronunciation: me og raf fi

Sentence: She prattled on about herself, stopping only to distribute a print of her meography that betrayed her self proclaimed empathy.


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Created by: egonschiela

Pronunciation: shelf-por-trayt

Sentence: The magnifying mirror aligned perfectly with the camera for Sharon's shelfportrait.

Etymology: Shelf: a surface usually covered in personal possessions. Portrait: a pictorial representation of a person usually showing the face.

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Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: nahr-sih-sik-nis

Sentence: She had photos of her face from every possible angle but her narcissickness kept her from having a normal life.

Etymology: Narcissistic + sickness

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bbooth3 - 2006-12-25: 15:41:00

bbooth3 - 2006-12-25: 15:42:00

erasmus erasmus - 2006-12-27: 14:12:00
oohh I like admirroration.