Verboticism: Avatard

'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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Disillusioneter

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: dis·il·lu·sion-net-er

Sentence: Bob Blobber's computer burned out and he had to go and get ready to shop for another one. As he peered into the mirror he realized that he had turned into a disillusioneter and was shocked to see he had lost all his hair and his super powers had vanished.

Etymology: Disillusioned~ Disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed. Neter: Taken in part from the word inter"net" added "er" to show one who practically lives on the internet.

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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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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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Naivatar

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ni - eev - atar

Sentence: Rory's naivatar refused to believe who he really was. He was so taken in by how he looked in Second Life that he stopped believing he really had a first life.

Etymology: naive (deficient in relevant experience),avatar (a computer user's representation of himself)

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COMMENTS:

also reminds reminds me of navigating on the computer - from page to page. - splendiction, 2009-05-15: 23:29:00

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Reflectuation

Created by: meveh

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Avatarsehole

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: av at ar soul

Sentence: only a complete avatarsehole would have come to his sister's wedding in a apider suit

Etymology: avatar arsehole

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Avatarnation

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: avah-TAR-nay-shun

Sentence: Mark's job with the show "To catch a predator" required him to spend a great deal of time online posing as a naive 13 year old girl. He didn't see this as a problem until he came to the realization in a fit of avatarnation that his mind was slowly starting to think like that of a 13 year old girl. His wife was even starting to become a bit concerned when he hung up posters of Justin Timberlake in their bedroom. Avatarnation!!

Etymology: Avatar -a little picture representing an online user Tarnation - a colloquial euphemish in the South Eastern US for Damnation often expressed as "What in tarnation?!"

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Cyberborg

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: SIE-ber-borg

Sentence: Alvin had lost all sense of reality and had become a cyberborg whose identity and very existence had come to depend on his on line persona, a grandiose creation totally unlike the real man.

Etymology: Shamelessly based on 'cyborg', (a person whose physiological functioning is aided by or dependent upon a mechanical or electronic device)

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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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Cyberliar

Created by: logan260

Pronunciation: cy-ber-lie-ur

Sentence: When she met her online date it was apparent that Joe was quite the cyberliar. His psuedo-muscular debonair description must have vanished overnight as she stared at the flabby bald guy sitting in the prearranged booth.

Etymology: cyber--all things online liar--deciever of the truth

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