Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Sound Board FTW!

I like new words. Here are some to freshen/hip up your digital vocab.


"A halfalogue overheard on the street or the next cubicle provides only half to the information being communicated, provoking the listeners to focus on filling in missing pieces of the conversation."

How I would use in a sentence: "Excuse me sir your halfalogue on the Acela is really unnecessary and increasingly rude, plus I am running out of creative mad libs ways to fill in your nonsense."

Actual Urban Dictionary Definition:

When a individual has an excessive amount of pointless word documents, pictures, etc. saved on their computer that they will never look at.

Urban Dictionary Example: Cyber hoarding is Katie's flaw because she has 2000+ photos on her computer of random stuff like jellyfish and city landscapes

Bomb Dot Com

Actual Urban Dictionary Definition:
another way to express when something is awesome/cool/amazing.

Urban Dictionary Example: That burrito was bomb dot com.

*Note - be careful with this one. My friends and I have been addicted to it for about a year and people will definitely think you are using it seriously. It's like bringing back the word "bomb" in itself.

straight like

when someone goes straight down your Facebook page and likes everything. including wallposts, comments, statuses, etc.

usually it's a close friend of yours, or someone who's bored to death.


The concoon of blankets, pillows, duvets, and comfy things you gather around yourself to keep warm whilst spending long amounts of time on the internet.

Urban Dictionary Example: Hey were's Jane tonight? Oh she didn't want to leave her internest.

Special thanks to @teluric, The Futurist Magazine and Urban Dictionary for filling my new slang needs.


1 comment:

  1. Could see internest catching on, but the others seem to have a high level of difficulty pulling off and not sounding weird. But all of them seem to make sense. Geez I can't sleep.......



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