Verboticism: Volatronics

'But I was just double-clicking'

DEFINITION: n., The anger and frustration that grows out of an unsatisfying, unfulfilling or unpredictable relationship one has with an electronic device, especially a computer. v. intr., To be trapped in a passive-aggressive, codependency with a computer.

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: vol-uh-TRON-iks

Sentence: Jezebel's compriciousness in forgetting to lock the doors on the "Firewalls" led to volatronics between her and Bob. Finally Bob, frustated with her unpredictability, yelled: " Get on that "Trojan horse" you let in, and get out of my life - right now!' Overhearing the heated exchange Roxie interrupted, reminding Bob that, after all, Jezebel was only electronic!

Etymology: Blend of VOLATILE: erratic, sudden changeableness in behavior, Of computers: pertaining to loss of storage when eletrical power is turned off or fails. Electronics: science & technology of electronics phenomena. Compriciousness (computer & capricious)

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Comments: Volatronics

silveryaspen - 2008-01-30: 06:53:00
So Hot! Great word and sentence!

bananabender - 2008-01-30: 07:02:00
Entertaining funny sentence! Clever!

Jabberwocky - 2008-01-30: 12:16:00
love it!