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'Drop that controller right now!'

DEFINITION: n. A state of extreme agitation developed after extended periods of non-stop video game participation; commonly affects males of all ages! v. To twist yourself up into a knot while playing video games.

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Overgeeked

Created by: jboehnker

Pronunciation: Oh ver geekd'

Sentence: The police officer was unsympathetic to Bob's claim that he was only speeding because he overgeeked on Rad Racer that evening.

Etymology: overdosed + geek

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Quitrage

Created by: Composite

Pronunciation: [kuɪtɹeɪʤ]

Sentence: Jack had been binging on Call of Duty for hours. He had quitraged when his girlfriend wanted to go out to the park instead. He still is ready to unleash his quitrage on anyone else should they interrupt him.

Etymology: Formed on a similar line to ragequit.

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Gameger

Created by: hvhtim

Pronunciation: GAME-gur

Sentence: I was full of gameger when my mom interrupted my verbotomization.

Etymology: game, anger

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Funrest

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fun rest

Sentence: After his 24 hour marathon of video games, his nerves ragged and his hyperactivity in overdrive, Vern was in a state of funrest. He couldn't psych hmself into sleeping or going to work or doing anything so mundane. His wife Stacy had a solution. She made him go lie down and try to sleep for a while, since a man his age needs a few hours every night. When he finally dozed off, she had come up with the perfect solution. All the consoles and games were well hidden or thrown away so that he could return to normal. Till next time...

Etymology: Fun (violent and excited activity; activities that are enjoyable or amusing) & Unrest (a state of agitation or turbulent change or development;a feeling of restless agitation)

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Gameorize

Created by: destroyer

Pronunciation: game-oar-ize

Sentence: James plays World of Warcraft so much, because he loves to gameorize!

Etymology: verb; to socially interact with people online or on Xbox live or anything videogame.

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Do you gameorize? Well, congradulations! - destroyer, 2012-05-03: 15:40:00

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Exasperstation

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: Eggs-ass-per-stay-shun

Sentence: When Tommy emerged from the tunnel vision that COD became after 4 hours, he was in a state of extreme exaasperstation.

Etymology: Exasperation + PlayStation

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Cyberspasm

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: si-ber-spaz-im

Sentence: See how Doug has a cyberspasm because he played Moon Patrol so long that he is now cramped up into a ball.

Etymology: cyber + spasm

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Gamger

Created by: mike6426

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Joystickness

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: joi - stik - ness

Sentence: Andre was developing a condition called joystickness; resulting from too many houurs of playing video games. Tightly clenching his input device, he began to shout threats at anyone who tried to interrupt his play. He had lost touch with reality and was becoming psychotic.

Etymology: joystick, sickness

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COMMENTS:

Perfect word for the definition! - splendiction, 2009-07-27: 16:05:00

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Electrauma

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ilektroumə

Sentence: Summer has not been good for Billy. After 3 straight days of video gaming, he is having a bad case of electrauma. His game of choice, Grand Theft Auto, has left him a virtual vidiot. Everything he picks up becomes a weapon. When he tried to stab his roommate with a toothbrush the attendants at his nursing home decided it was time to cut off his game privileges and get him to sleep.

Etymology: electronic (relating to or carried out using a computer or other electronic device) + trauma (emotional shock following a stressful event or a physical injury)

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COMMENTS:

vidiot - hilarious! Good word! - splendiction, 2009-07-27: 20:53:00

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splendiction - 2009-07-27: 20:51:00
vidiot - hilarious! Good word!

splendiction - 2009-07-27: 20:52:00
Oopp, that last comment was meant for artr's word.