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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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Gamentalosis

Created by: ChrisCarrk

Pronunciation: game-ent-a-losis

Sentence: He had a severe case of gamentalosis after playing 7 sraight hours on the computer.

Etymology: game+mental

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Gamger

Created by: mike6426

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Videovexation

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: vid/ee/oh/vex/a/shun

Sentence: Listen Harry, I know you get a real kick out of roaming around your apocalyptic world on a turbo-charged white steed whomping all manner of ghouls and gremlins, but please control your "videovexation", or I shall have to call 911!

Etymology: video + vexation (what some might say is a lethal combination of words with unintended consequences)

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Actiofog

Created by: labareda

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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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Vidiosyncrasies

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: vidēəsingkrəsē

Sentence: Jill hates holiday weekends. After a three-day binge on the Xbox her husband exhibits his most obnoxious vidiosyncrasies, bouncing off the walls, pretending to shoot, stab or blow her up. It’s all she can do to get him in his suit and off to work. It scares her sometimes knowing that he is the CEO at a nuclear power plant.

Etymology: video (games) (a game played by electronically manipulating images produced by a computer program on a television screen or other display screen) + idiosyncrasies (a mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual)

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Xboxic

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: ex-box-ick

Sentence: After his wife pulled the plug on his xbox, Marty went into a state of xboxic shock. Fortunately, she knew that it was the game talking, not him...

Etymology: exbox + toxic

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Nintension

Created by: Stevenson0

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Sentence: My inability to move to the next level in the game caused a severe case of nintension.

Etymology: Nintendo + tension

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Playtation

bjorn

Created by: bjorn

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Sentence: His playtation was palpable and frightening, only surpassed in intensity by the noise of the blowers themselves.

Etymology: play + agitation (and sounds like 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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Comments:

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.