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'I'm calling to tell you that I'm doing my toes.'

DEFINITION: v. To compulsively describe, in excruciating detail, the minute events of one's everyday life as it happens; especially when assisted by modern information technology systems. n. A person who feels compelled to "share" every detail of their life, with everyone.

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Manecdotal

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: man/ik/doh/tal

Sentence: A manecdotal person never tires of listening to their own accounts of their own life.

Etymology: manic + anecdotal

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx MANECDOTAL is very good...kind of intuitive and rolloffatistic. - metrohumanx, 2008-06-17: 14:28:00

like it - galwaywegian, 2008-06-17: 18:43:00

Good one! - Nosila, 2008-06-17: 22:52:00

Excellent - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-19: 05:53:00

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Sciencescription

Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: science + scription like in description.

Sentence: actually the word "science" itself would have done the job, but - with less points ;) She was sciencescripting the always-ultra drexperience.

Etymology: science, scientific + description = sciencescription

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Autogossip

Created by: tbAG84

Pronunciation: or-tow-goss-ip

Sentence: If you tweet about brushing your teeth and again about flossing you may just be an autogossip.

Etymology: auto- to do yourself gossip- to painstakingly and prolifically recount of intimate details.

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You shouldn't auto be one! Good word. - Nosila, 2009-10-29: 00:38:00

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Ovappellarate

Created by: arms58

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Technobiograph

Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: tehk-noh-BYE-oh-graf

Sentence: Alex technobiographed the assembly of his four-course meal whilst Jenny silently snoozed on the other end of the line.

Etymology: techno- + biograph(y)

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Obcell

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ob/cell

Sentence: Jenny would obcell with her best friend. However, with the new all-you-can-talk plan on her phone, Jenny became totally obcelled, letting everyone know everything she did. This obcellsive behavoiur drove her boyfriend to purchase the call display and call block features for his phone.

Etymology: obsess + obsessed + cell

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Pantextual

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: pan-teks-tyoo-al

Sentence: "Rachel doesn't keep anything a secret on her blog. She is completely pantextual."

Etymology: "pan" as in all; text

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Twittirksome

CharlieB

Created by: CharlieB

Pronunciation: twit-erk-sum

Sentence: Molly didn't realise how twittirksome her obsession with photographing her meal and posting it on Twitter before the starter even arrived had become. It was why Jim dumped her. Not that she really minded: she could now tweet every 30 seconds as she went through the five stages of grief, from denial to acceptance.

Etymology: Twitter (social networking site) + irksome (irritating, annoying)

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Tweetsixteen

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: twētsikstēn

Sentence: Katie is just sure everybody is hanging on every facebook status update she makes. If she changes the color of her toenail polish, her world of friends knows about it. She recently stepped it up a notch by opening a Twitter account. Her account name is tweetsixteen despite the fact that she is 56 years old.

Etymology: tweet (a post on Twitter) + sixteen (one more than fifteen) Sweet sixteen (used to refer to the age of sixteen as characterized by prettiness and innocence in a girl.)

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CharlieB :-) - CharlieB, 2011-03-17: 04:03:00

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Blogging

Created by: imcvey

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Mohbile

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: mow byle

Sentence: if he heard any mohbile from her and her mobile she was going to require a nu-bile.

Etymology: more bile, mobile

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Obcell

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ob/cell

Sentence: Jenny would obcell with her best friend about every detail of her life. However, with the new all-you-can-talk plan on her phone, Jenny became totally obcelled, letting everyone know everything she did. This obcellsive behavoiur drove Joe, her boyfriend, to purchase the call display and call block features for his phone.

Etymology: OBCELL - verb - from - TO OBSESS (to dominate the thoughts, feelings, or desires of a person - in this case herself) + CELL ( as in phone)

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Ha! Hilarious! - lumina, 2008-06-17: 10:41:00

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Socialmeetiagh

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: so shal meet ee yaaaah

Sentence: When Chatty Cathy called Twitter Twila and Facebook Fanny to describe her latest ablutions, they raced to blog it first and let the world know. Do you really need this socialmeetiagh, Cathy? People thought you were boring before, but now they have it in writing. P.S. Get your 15 minutes of fame by doing something worthwhile!

Etymology: Social Media (blogging;Facebook, Twitter,etc); Social (marked by friendly companionship with others) & Meet (get together;interact)& Agh! (Make it stop! it's painful!)

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Cybore

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: CYber+BORE

Sentence: Sometimes I wish we did not have all these high-tech connections, especially when she cybores me with some inane blow-by-blow in unbearable high-def detail.

Etymology: CYber+BORE

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I like it...simple and concise! - Nosila, 2008-06-17: 22:47:00

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Epicdemic

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: epic/dem/ic

Sentence: She was stricken by the deadly epicdemic that compelled her to constantly think of herself as the only real person on the planet - everyone else was a fictional prop to her story

Etymology: epic + epidemic

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I thought I was the only real person. Maybe she's from a different planet... - wordmeister, 2007-04-11: 07:48:00

haven't you ever wondered why skin sometimes feels like paper - yikes!! -been reading too much Jasper Fforde - Jabberwocky, 2007-04-11: 09:01:00

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Blooger

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: bloo-ger

Sentence: Ashely was a compulsive twitterer, blogger and videographer. If she did it, she documented it. No detail was ever spared. And no thought was ever given. Unfortunately, she was also a compulsive nose picker, which meant that her bloogers were full of boogers.

Etymology: blog + booger

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Good one! - lumina, 2008-06-17: 10:37:00

Thanks lumina! You got your comment in, before I even bloogered about it! - wordmeister, 2008-06-17: 11:09:00

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Digitigitibate

Created by: arms60

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Banalcast

zrotv

Created by: zrotv

Pronunciation: bə-năl-kăst

Sentence: I would appreciate the 'blogosphere' more if it wasnt abused endlessly by peoples banalcasts on their day-to-day. (informal synonyms: tritecast, borecast)

Etymology: banal (Drearily commonplace and often predictable; trite) + broadcast (To send out or communicate, especially via modern IT)

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Femalisize

Created by: mscoxie

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Diaryhhea

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dya ree ya

Sentence: Dahlia talked on the phone all day about nothing. But then with the advent of the Internet...she carried her blethering unto the rest of the world. The trivial details of her boring life were best expressed on her blog, called "Dahlia Diaryhhea". Her mental constipation also included poor spelling. The one thing positive thing was that Dahlia Diaryhhea made others appreciate how exciting their own lives were by comparison.

Etymology: Diary (daily bog or log of one's activities, no matter how trivial) & Diarrhea (runny bowels; also verbal diarrhea is when people talk way too much...they run on and on).

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funny and clever - mweinmann, 2009-10-29: 08:54:00

karenanne Good one - karenanne, 2009-10-30: 09:35:00

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Personalert

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: PER-sun-uh-lyrt

Sentence: Madge felt compelled to provide all her friends with a highly detailed personalert whenever they got together causing some of them to go to great lengths to simply avoid her.

Etymology: Blend of the words 'personal' and 'alert'

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Ittention

Created by: Erikv

Pronunciation: Eye-ten-shun

Sentence: After reading her intention post extolling the virtues of being in a Subway at that very moment, I knew I would never have to view the world through unenlightened eyes ever again.

Etymology: I from iPad, iPod etc. Plus attention

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Blogivia

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: blo giv i a

Sentence: Frank stopped reading Janes' online diary because it was packed full of blogivia

Etymology: from blog and trivia

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Webbore

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: web + bore

Sentence: I don't read his blog, it's just a webbore about what happened to him every single day.

Etymology: Guess!

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Techknowledgme

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: tek - nal - edj - mee

Sentence: Lillian was great with techknowledgme. Using all of the tools at her disposal; her phone, laptop, voicemail, video game system, she made sure that everyone knew where she was and what she was doing at all times.

Etymology: technology, knowledge, me

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good word - Nosila, 2009-10-29: 00:37:00

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Psychoblogosis

Created by: PythianHabenero

Pronunciation: sik-o-blog-o-sis

Sentence: Julia suffered from severe psychoblogosis and was unable to eat a meal or see a pretty butterfly without informing the Internet immediately.

Etymology: psychoneurosis + blog, with help from, well, the individual meanings of "psycho" and "-osis".

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Expondologue

Created by: Ellemorpheus

Pronunciation: Ex-pon-dough-log

Sentence: Her mother launched a long expondologue, filled with details she neither remembered or cared for.

Etymology: Expond-expound ologue-monologue

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Mediocratic

Created by: WhiteRhino

Pronunciation: Mead-ee-ya-crah-tic

Sentence: She was completely Mediocratic the other day, I couldn't take it.

Etymology: Media, -cratic

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Pratemail

Created by: Elfie

Pronunciation: rhymes with hate-mail

Sentence: Jenny dictated yet another pratemail to her friend, as her hands were fully occupied.

Etymology: combined from "prate" - to blather on in annoying fashion, and "mail", a missive or message sent electronically or physically to another person.

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Tecknowledgeme

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: teck-noll-idj-me

Sentence: i am now putting in my sentence to contextualize tecknowledgeme having just completed the pronunciation...which i think went quite well... and after i've done this i'm going to do the etymology..

Etymology: technology, acknowledge me

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brilliant sentence! - sunny09, 2007-04-11: 22:51:00

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Blogorrhea

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: blog-a-ree-a

Sentence: Chad's penchant for chronicling every detail of his day was, at first, harmlessly channeled into his multi-volume journal, which lined three shelves of his library. The someone gave him a laptop. Suddenly, his explosive blogorrhea infected the lives of all his loved ones. It was bad enough that he felt the need to run his mouth constantly on his blog, but he insisted on calling people after each discharge to engage in color commentary.

Etymology: logorrhea: "excessive and often incoherent talkativeness or wordiness" combined with "blog"

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Bloggerism

Created by: missprivate

Pronunciation: blo·gur'·ism

Sentence: Katie told me all about her Rice Krispies today; she has such a bad case of bloggerism.

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Techtrite

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: tek-tryte

Sentence: If cell phones never existed, neither would techtrite. Theirs is a symbiotic relationship. Most techtriters are proud and therefore speak very loud on their cell phones so everyone can hear them.

Etymology: technology + trite

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Bloggerreah

Created by: hobodad

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Etymology: blogger + diahrreah

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Itsallaboast

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: its all a boast

Sentence: It was the sixth time Marcia called me in one day. I looked at my watch and told myself I was only going to give her 5 minutes this time knowing that if I stayed on any longer, she was going to start itsallaboasting again. I mean I love her...but do I really need to know that she just dreamt that she'd was awake?! "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!"

Etymology: Derived from the illness Itsallaboutme an illness whose main symptom is boasting.

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Technomumble

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: tech-no-mum-ble

Sentence: Dave heard Jills technomumble coming from the office as she spoke her actions, trying to load programs on the computer.

Etymology: technology/mumble

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Reblogitate

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ɹiˈblɑdʒəˌteɪt/ note the soft "g"

Sentence: I spent a year reblogitating all the gory, trivial details of my life in a long stream of digital diary-a way back in the 1990's before the word "blog," when every one of us web diarists thought we'd invented the idea.

Etymology: from regurgitate + blog

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Ah, you were a pop-up blogger back then. BTW, love the word. Sounds great when you stick out your tongue to emphasize the "blah" sound in the middle. - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-11: 13:20:00

Yeah it's funny... All this new stuff, new technology, and even new words, and it's really the same old stuff we have been doing forever... - wordmeister, 2007-04-11: 14:15:00

The difference being is that now there's a fad for showing off all this stuff to anyone willing to pay attention. - ErWenn, 2007-04-11: 17:17:00

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Bloggerize

Created by: sarabeth20

Pronunciation: blohg-ur-eyes

Sentence: She has a tendency to bloggerize every little thing that pops into her head.

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Techloquariate

Created by: arms59

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Obsessarrate

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: uhb - SESS - uh - rate

Sentence: Having always been a drama queen, Samantha believed that everyone else would find even the tiny details of her daily life intriguing. and she would continually osessarrate at great length with her boyfriend Samson in an effort to get him to promote her drama on his blog.

Etymology: Blend of obsess - (beset, trouble, or haunt persistently or abnormally) - and narrate - (to relate or recount events, experiences)

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Good one! - lumina, 2008-06-17: 10:37:00

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Diarrheehaa

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: die-ar-hee-ha

Sentence: Michael wondered if his celluar diarrheehaa was a byproduct of his forced constipsaytion at work, so he called one his friends and chat at his desk... This was a big mistake.

Etymology: diary + diarrhea

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everyone i know has this proplem. lol - willster, 2007-04-16: 21:21:00

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Chronicletwopointoverkill

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: chronicle-2-point-O-verkill

Sentence: Twittering, blogging masses are frittering away their first lives with chronicletwopointoverkill. "Now I'm just logging into Second Life", "must blog this, my fingernail just broke in the keyboard" etc. etc.

Etymology: chronicle + 2.0 (from web2.0) + overkill

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Tune in tomorrow for Detail of 2 Geocities. - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-11: 06:43:00

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Blomit

Created by: CanMon

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Sentence: You can tell when Susan has had a million insignificant things occur in her day--her laptop is covered in blomit.

Etymology: Combination of vomit and blog.

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Sadnauseam

Created by: pinwheel

Pronunciation: sad/naws/ee/am

Sentence: Oliver's irritating habit of collecting all of his toe nail clippings and then displaying photographs of them on his blog was equalled only by his sadnauseam descriptions of when each one was cut.

Etymology: sad (no really... very sad!) + ad nauseam (to a sickening degree)

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It's "ad nauseam", just so you know. But good one nonetheless. :) - PythianHabenero, 2007-04-11: 08:36:00

Thanks Pyth', I will edit. I was in a bit of a rush this morning, had to catch a bus at 9.48 and couldn't find enough change... ooops going on sadnauseam again... - pinwheel, 2007-04-11: 10:27:00

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Pompoulog

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: pomp-o-log

Sentence: She felt the need to POMPOULOG me all day-by cellphone,email and telepathy. Pat POMPOULOGGED everyone on her address book. She's very thorough. I don't care about your trivial life. Stop this compulsive POMPOULOGGING now.

Etymology: POMPOUS-An inflated opinion of one's importance LOG- To record or document chronologically.

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metrohumanx I thought this word was easier to pronounce when reading on the fly. - metrohumanx, 2008-06-17: 14:15:00

I think pompoulog has a great rhythm to it - bookowl, 2008-06-17: 15:44:00

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Minutiarize

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: min oot chee arize

Sentence: Minerva was compulsive when it came her friends and co-workers. She would minutiarize even the least significant detail of her mundane existance and fill her blog, e-mails and voicemails with the kind of boring, picky details no one wants to know. You know, how she wore her hair today, what she bought for dinner, taking her car to the carwash, filing her nails, what outfit she had picked out for tomorrow, how her arm went numb (like her readers) when she slept last night, etc... According to her blog, she led the most tedious, dull life and because of the stifingly boring nature of her discussions, few people if any bothered to read it. Good thing, because this boring cover was perfect for Minerva. If only she could write the real details of her other life. The life where she was known as Natasha, the International Terrorist wanted for questioning by Interpol and other agencies for the suspicious deaths of her last 3 boyfriends, who all happened to have very sensitive and hush-hush jobs with 3 major world powers.

Etymology: minutia (small or minor details) & diarize (enter in a diary)

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nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-17: 13:56:00

metrohumanx MINUTIARIZE is great- you get it immediately...definitely in the top three! - metrohumanx, 2008-06-17: 14:27:00

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Drobble

Created by: arms56

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Nanarrate

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: nan'ə-rāt'

Sentence: Hearing Joyce nanarrate the removal of her toe jam, ear wax and naval lint for 45 minutes left Todd with a numb cell-phone ear and an urge to smack someone.

Etymology: nano, prefix for billionth, used to describe technology on the microscopic, even molecular, level; narrate, to tell or relate.

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Clever bend. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-18: 06:46:00

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Blahg

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: blaaaahg

Sentence: Stephanie published the smallest details on blog which, in time, became a blahg for its level of minute and pointless detail.

Etymology: blah + blog

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Blabulous word! - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-11: 04:50:00

a blahst! - galwaywegian, 2007-04-11: 06:12:00

This one works best when you pointedly drag out the 'blah' part. "Blaaaaahg". - LonePaladin, 2007-04-12: 23:56:00

Great idea LonePaladin! - jedijawa, 2007-04-20: 17:10:00

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Twitarrate

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: twit-ar-rate

Sentence: Monica felt like she needed to twitarrate every boring detail of her boring life to anyone who cared to know what she was doing at every moment and how she felt about it. Sadly, no one really cared what she was doing and she blogged and twittered to no one.

Etymology: twitter: a free social commentary and micro blogging tool that describes what the tweeter feels or is doing at a particular moment + narrate: to give an account or description; to supply a running commentary

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Twittertwit

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: twit-er-twit

Sentence: Marsha loves Twitter. She will tell her followers about every detail of her life. Yesterday she proved how much of a twittertwit she is when she tweeted "I'm tweeting right now".

Etymology: twitter (Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service) + twit (an insignificant, silly, or bothersome person)

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Pradget

Created by: arms57

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Tweeterdum

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: twētərdəm

Sentence: Her user name is Tweet16. Whether on Twitter, her blog, her MyFace or SpaceBook account, she inundates the blathersphere with the mynutia of her life. She is the voice of tweeterdum. Does she have anything interesting to say? She could bore the stink off a skunk.

Etymology: Tweeter (A micro-blog post on the Twitter social network site, or the act of posting on it) + dumb (stupid) A play off of Tweedledum, one of the twins in Lewis Carroll\'s Through the Looking Glass.

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Omnithetic

Created by: arms61

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Sentence: Terrance had to defriend all the omnithetics he knew; the painful retellings of every sad event in their lives drove him to depression.

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Interminarate

Created by: cohenarie

Pronunciation: in ter MIN er ate

Sentence: All day, while ostensibly working at her computer, she was interminarating over IM.

Etymology: interminable + narrate

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Monotolog

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: moh noh toh logg

Sentence: Her monotolog was rudely interrupted by the sound of obvious snoring before she had even got as far as describing her lunch appointment.

Etymology: monolog monotony

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another funny one - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-17: 13:58:00

metrohumanx GREAT! Simple, funny and concise. - metrohumanx, 2008-06-17: 14:49:00

Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-18: 06:45:00

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Nonsensicall

Created by: Johnnymac123

Pronunciation: non sense e call

Sentence: I recieved another nonsensicall from james today.

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Meopics

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: mee/op/ics

Sentence: Meopics is the word according to me

Etymology: me + myopics

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Neurothick

Created by: josje

Pronunciation: neuro tik

Sentence: she is always on the phone she has got a neurothick

Etymology: like in neuro and thick

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Yackberry

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: yak-bair-eee

Sentence: Sue is such a yackberry that she felt the need to call and tell me how many licks it was taking to get the the center of her tootsie pop.

Etymology: yack, blackberry

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Elaboreate

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: ee LA bore ate

Sentence: Cindy likes to elaboreate on Twitter about her daily adventures. Her tweets include the quantity and consistency of her baby son's diaper contents, and how many ounces of formula he has eaten at each feeding. Apparently it's fascinating to SOMEONE, because she has 1492 "followers."

Etymology: elaborate (v.) + bore (v. or n.)

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Digeratedium

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /dij-uh-rah-TEE-dee-um/

Sentence: Ken and Julie would blog about everything — detailing all of the digeratedium of their lives that nobody else really cares about. When they got engaged, they started a website, and wrote about all the minutiae of their wedding planning. Then they started a new blog when they got a cat, and posted pictures and stories about what it did that day, and what it might be saying if it could talk. Now they have a baby. Reading the daily pregnancy updates were mind-numbing, but the pages of text they'd write each time baby Ryan spit up or filled his diaper were enough to induce a coma.

Etymology: Digerati - people who often use, or are knowledgeable about, digital technologies (from dig[ital] + [lit]erati "computer literate") + Tedium - the quality or state of being wearisome; irksomeness; tedious (from Latin, tædium "weariness, disgust")

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digerati is a new one on me, and it works well with this. - stache, 2008-06-17: 06:21:00

To me too; nice word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-19: 05:38:00

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Communarrate

Created by: davedave

Pronunciation: /kəˈmyunnæreɪt/

Sentence: My sister communarrated all night about how she wanted to change her hair part.

Etymology: communicate < Latin 'commūnicātus' (past part. of commūnicāre) to impart, make common + narrate < Latin 'narrātus' (past part. of narrāre) to relate, tell, say

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talk about splitting hairs! - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-17: 05:59:00

metrohumanx I like COMMUNARATE. I think a successful word should be pronounceable on the first go... cleverness must be secondary. - metrohumanx, 2008-06-17: 14:23:00

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Cellebrity

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sell eb rit eeee

Sentence: She's a cellebrity, get her out of hearing

Etymology: cell as in ncellphone celebtity as in ...who knows these days

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Overtellerice

AnnieChandon

Created by: AnnieChandon

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Compulsipwnage

Created by: nuemj88

Pronunciation: cum-pulse-se-pown-age

Sentence: I totally compusipwnaged that open internet test. He just got compulsipwned in that debate

Etymology: compulsi-a very strong impulse to do something pwnage-The verb to pwn (past tense: pwned, pwnd, pwn'd, pwnt, pooned) as used by the Internet gaming subculture, means to beat or dominate an opponent.

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Tritexistoia

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: trayht-ig-zist-OI-uh

Sentence: Bob's tritexistoia was so ridiculously out of control that he spent the greater part of his waking hours telling,in the most minutissimic details, anyone who would listen to him of his plans to produce computerised models of the 555 sewing needles in his collection.

Etymology: TRITE. adj:lacking in freshness or effectiveness because of constant use or excessive repetition; hackneyed; stale; banal; commonplace ideas. I.T: initialism for Informational Technology. EXIST: vb.:to have an existence, be extant; be alive, -nOIA suffix. In mild form "-oia" may consist in the "strange behaviour" exhibited in persons commonly called "cranks."

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sounds like a legitimate ailment - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-17: 13:58:00

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Technoblab

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: TEK-no-blab

Sentence: The woman in front of me at the curry stand was so busy technoblabbing about buying curry that I finally had to tell her to hang up and pay the man. "Some guy just told me to hang up and pay", she continued, oblivious.

Etymology: techno (logy) + blab (run off at the mouth)

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Pettscribe

Created by: sunny09

Pronunciation: pett-scribe

Sentence: I started screening my calls to avoid my friend calling hourly to pettscribe her doings, only to discover she now sends her pettscriptions to my inbox.

Etymology: petty + describe

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Texplode

Created by: arms54

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Overblog

Created by: LonePaladin

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I wanted to use 'blogroll' because it would encapsulate the words 'blog', 'logroll' and 'bogroll' all in one. It's been used, though. Pity. - LonePaladin, 2007-04-12: 00:36:00

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Decrapulate

Created by: arms55

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Egaboregrate

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: ee/gab/or/grate)

Sentence: With the invention of facebook and mobile camera phones, Sally could egaboregrate ad nauseum, with pictures included, about every minute of her self consumed existence.

Etymology: e (as in email) + gab + grate (annoy) + bore + elaborate ( to express in great detail)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-11: 00:31:00
Today's definition was suggested by Alchemist.
Thank you Alchemist! ~ James

lumina - 2008-06-17: 10:39:00
Funny!

lumina - 2008-06-17: 10:40:00
Great! Love it!

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-06-17: 14:25:00
MANECDOTAL is very good...kind of intuitive and rolloffatistic.

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-06-17: 14:48:00
MONOTOLOG is another classic. Simple yet funny.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-10-28: 00:44:00
Today's definition was suggested by Alchemist. Thank you Alchemist. ~ James