Verboticism: Eteriorate

'Tap-tap-tap and my hair falls out.'

DEFINITION: n., A wear mark, or shiny spot, which appears on a heavily used computer touch-pad, mouse or keyboard. v., To wear down or erode through repetitive clicking, tapping or poking.

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Fingerbald

Created by: ooogle

Pronunciation: Fing-ger-ball-d

Sentence: Can I get that fingerbald repainted too?

Etymology: n. Finger-Things on the end of your hands Bald-No hair Fingerbald-The shiny spot on the middle of the mousepad when you have been scrolling too much.

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Erodiousbaldicus

Created by: lafillepirate

Pronunciation: Air-road-ee-us-bald-ih-cuss

Sentence: If he doesn't stop playing computer games, he's going to lose his mouse to erodiousbaldicus.

Etymology: Rumored to have been written on rock polishing kits.

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Annoyputer

Created by: patrick12345

Pronunciation: anoi/puter

Sentence: He was searching google when his mouse stoped working for the 50th time he was very annoyputer

Etymology: annoying+part of a computer

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Mouseketear

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: mouse/keh/tare

Sentence: Sally was so busy scrolling through ebay that she didn't notice that the mousekewear had swiftly become a mouseketear. Now she'd have to go back to WaltMart to pick up another one.

Etymology: mouse + tear (rip) + mouseketeer

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COMMENTS:

Love it! - TJayzz, 2008-10-17: 06:41:00

Very nice - OZZIEBOB, 2008-10-19: 00:34:00

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Hardwarewear

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: hard-wair-wair

Sentence: Scranton's keyboard, mouse and mouse pad all bore excessive hardwarewear that included shiny mouse buttons, scuffed mouse pad, keys and space bar worn completely thru from excessive gaming and keyboarding.

Etymology: Blend of hardware and wear

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Mouseketear

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: mouse/keh/tare

Sentence: Sally was so busy scrolling through ebay that she didn't notice that the mousekewear had swiftly become a mouseketear.

Etymology: mouse + tear (rip) + mouseketeer

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COMMENTS:

Very clever! Perhaps you need a cybercat! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-20: 16:41:00

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Rebaretetive

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: rub-BEAR-tet-if

Sentence: Bobby was such an intensive computer user that his two week old keyboard had rebaretetives where the letters used to be.

Etymology: rub + repetitive + bare

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Crapdoo

Created by: jeremy21

Pronunciation: /crap-doo/

Sentence: That dude crapdooed on the wrong person. Crapdooing is not the way to go

Etymology: Old american- coming from some old english

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Hypermouseration

Created by: mvandyke

Pronunciation: hyper-mouse-er-ation

Sentence: One could easily see the tell tale signs of 'hypermouseration' in Kathies work station.

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Fingerwax

Created by: jkernen1

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Sentence: The keyboard appeared old and a thin layer of fingerwax had been applied.

Etymology: finger + wax

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