Verboticism: Cyberborg

'That can't be me. He doesn't have any muscles...'

DEFINITION: n. A person who is so enamored with their online identity that they believe that it is more real than their physical one. v. To suddenly realize that you are large, blubbery mammal with no useful superpowers.

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Falsifeyed

Created by: philhealy

Pronunciation: Fal-si-fied

Sentence: Mac realized that his appearance was drastically falsifeyed from what he looked like online. He, in fact, did not have x-ray vision or abs of steel. He was of a rather embonpoint stature in real life.

Etymology: Falsif- From the word "falsified" -Eyed From the word "eye"

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Hyperspacecadet

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: hahy-per-speys-kuh-det

Sentence: Tim works hard and lovingly at creating his online presence. Somehow, no matter what he does, some part of his real self sneaks through and he ends up with a hyperspacecadet.

Etymology: hyperspace (computer network) space cadet (absent minded)

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Avatard

Created by: theCountess

Pronunciation: Ave-ah-tard

Sentence: When an avatard sees himself in a mirror, his instinctive reaction is to break the spell by immediately gazing into his monitor for reimmersion.

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COMMENTS:

Amen to the AvaTards who wear their avatars like leotards :P - dochanne, 2009-05-17: 23:44:00

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Cyberlusional

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: si ber lu sjin al

Sentence: Since playing WoW, Doug has covered up all the mirrors in his house. He is so cyberlusional

Etymology: cyber + delusion

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Reflectuation

Created by: meveh

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Virtunotso

Created by: emdeejay

Pronunciation: Virtue not so

Sentence: After a stunning virtuoso performance the night before Dave was beginning to wonder who was real and who was the dream. When he gazed into the mirror the next morning the virtunotso reality of his life struck a major blow to his fantasies.

Etymology: A play on virtual and virtuoso: Dave, the virtunotso

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Flabatar

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: Flab-uh-tar

Sentence: After a grueling 12 hour session of WOW followed by an intense round of COD, John was amzed to find that neither his svelte Wood Elf or his jacked Marine were staring him back in the mirror. Instead it was only his flabatar, a real life version of his online personality. Hours of online taunting of 12 year old's did not grant John the rock-solid abs of his avatars.

Etymology: Flabby (Fat) + Avatar (Online version of one's self)

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Immortified

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: ihm-mohr-tih-feyed

Sentence: Siggie's Id had always claimed he was immortal. His Superego told him if he ate his veggies, was a good boy, watched out for fast cars and bad women he might not die too young. But, looking in the mirror that day, his deflated Ego was immortified as he realized his real identity could no longer bounce between the other two. He was becoming self-fractualized!

Etymology: Blending IMMORTAL, meaning exempt from death + MORTIFIED (from the Latin/French MORT, meaning death), meaning humiliated. References are playing with Freud's theories of personality development and Maslow's self-actualization. (What do I know???)

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nice - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-15: 10:28:00

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Avatarlusional

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: av-ah-tah-loo-zyah-nool

Sentence: he'd been staring at his fake profile pic for so long he had become avatarlusional

Etymology: avatar, delusional

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Wowsketeer

Created by: ahwinters

Pronunciation: wow-skeh-tier

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