Verboticism: Narcissift

'I can't stop googling myself.'

DEFINITION: v. To look up your own name on a search engine. n., The practice of using a search engine as a tool for self-realization, or perhaps just self-gratification, by repeatedly searching for information about yourself.

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Egoogetter

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ēgoōgetər

Sentence: To say that John is ego-centric is like saying that the sun is a little bit larger than the moon. He is the premier egoogetter. Every spare moment is spent running his name through every search engine he knows. He spent his summer vacation trying to get to the last page of a Google search. When he didn't get as many hits as he wanted he found a website where he could legally change his last name to Doe. It doesn't matter that the hits don't refer to him specifically, he just loves to see his name. He gets practically giddy when he watches a crime show and they have an unidentified male victim.

Etymology: e (electronic) + ego (a person's sense of self-esteem or self-importance) + Google (proprietary name of a popular Internet search engine) + go-getter (an aggressively enterprising person)

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Investibation

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: in-vest-a-bat-ion

Sentence: No satisfied to simply investibate by themselves at home behind a computer, numerous celebrities have asked NBC to lend a helping hand. In a strange kind of reverse prostitution, NBC is paying the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon and Lisa Kudrow for the rights to compile genealogical history on their families. These histories are then recounted for the celebrities and anybody with a TV antenna. The show, called "Who Do You Think You Are" is Kimberly's favorite.

Etymology: investigation + (something else)

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Yahooyoohoo

Created by: bananabender

Pronunciation: yaa-hu-yu-hu

Sentence: He thought he was "somebody" until he yahooyoohooed on Yahoo!, google and every other search engine he could find, only to receive each time the reply "yahooyouwhowho???". He's in therapy now.

Etymology: YAHOO: search engine, exclamation of glee. YOOHOO: is somebody there?, calling out to get somebody's attention.

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COMMENTS:

Nice ring and zing! Whew-hoo! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-23: 17:59:00

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Yahegoo

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Yar-hee-goo

Sentence: Brian was so self-obsessed he spent most of his time on the internet entering his own name into search engines. He would yahegoo everyday just to check if there had been any new sites created overnight.

Etymology: Yahoo(a search engine) + Ego(a sense of oneself,self-importance)

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Narcissystem

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nars siss sistem

Sentence: Frank knew when he bought his new computer that he would install a narcissystem on it, so he could stalk himself whenever he wanted.

Etymology: narcissistic (in love with one's self) & systems (operating systems)

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COMMENTS:

Excellent word. Rolls of the tongue well. And I'm amused by the concept of autostalking. - ErWenn, 2008-01-23: 07:09:00

Cheers, ErWenn...yup, Frank could use those stalking skills ina grocery store, especially the celery section! - Nosila, 2008-01-24: 00:59:00

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Mevestigate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mee ves tig ayt

Sentence: Hamela Hamderson, the cheeky Hamster would mevestigate herself on the Internet everyday. She was always finding news items, pictures and embarrassing Youtube submissions about her latest capers. It was surprising, as she was normally a humble hamster. It was also surprising that a rodent could read, write and use the Internet better than most humans.

Etymology: Me (first person singular;myself) & Investigate (conduct an inquiry or investigation of;seek information about)

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Googlid

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: goōglid

Sentence: After years of psychoanalysis, Etheria has given up the leather couch in favor of the internet. Now she does daily searches for her googlid. She also tried searching for her googlego but that seemed too self-indulgent.

Etymology: Google (the proprietary name of a popular Internet search engine) + id (the part of the mind in which innate instinctive impulses and primary processes are manifest)

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Puterlonely

Created by: kmartinmt

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Mynarycode

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: my-in-ary code

Sentence: It all started innocently enough, when Steve found his house on Google Earth. Then he started wondering how many other bytes of data out there were dedicated to him and his life. Before he knew it, he was obsessed with his mynarycode, and had a whole folder of bookmarks to pages that contained even the smallest morsel of information about him.

Etymology: Modification of binary code to include "my"

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COMMENTS:

cute! - Nosila, 2008-11-14: 21:58:00

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Egotistigoogle

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ee - go - TIS - tuh - googl

Sentence: Seth was such an egomaniac he spent much of his surfing effort egotistigoogling hoping to find that he was being discussed favorably on the net.

Etymology: Egotistical + google searching

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COMMENTS:

excellent! you'll be seeing a lot more of yourself in future! - galwaywegian, 2008-01-23: 04:57:00

lol, cool word! 8) - Dougalistic, 2008-01-23: 07:22:00

Funny Galway man. Who'd a thunk it! - scrabbelicious, 2008-01-23: 11:20:00

Good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-23: 15:59:00

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