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Top 10 Made Up Words for Web

It has been a boozy morning waking up with your head on the cloud thinking of what transpired yesterday. I havent have any blog entry since thursday and its quite alarming (lol). So I started scribbling thoughts and words using my handy Neo notebook but came out with few . I thought of the IE toolbar article I started writing but its still raw that its useless preempting it. I played with google to sort of look for something worth posting .

Here is an article that made my eyes roll : Top 10 Made Up Words for Web. You will be left laughing after reading the post . Funny yet technically-based made up words which I think any one in the blogsphere can relate .

Maybe I have some made up words in mind which can be added to the list . Or may you have yours in mind too . Just keep it coming and see what can we come up with .

Ill start with my 1st made up words for web

1. Adsomania - a person that is addicted and so concern on his/her website ads .
"That guy is an adsomania , he always talks about the ads in his site that doesnt have (yet?) any significant content to catch the attentions of web surfers."

Keep it coming.....

Comments

Leo Camalig said…
Adsomia ka talaga///// haha

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