27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life

Pretty soon our language will be nothing but emojis.
27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life

As old technology becomes useless and obsolete, so to do the words associated with them. That's why we asked our readers to come up with some new words to help us keep up with the ever-evolving tech world we have today.

So make sure you bone up on the following words. Or, you know, don't since we'll all be speaking only in emojis soon anyway.

Leakcracy noun I W'lek-kra-se\ :a form of government in which hackers choose the leaders of a country by releasing evidence of certain candidates' ill
CRACKEDCONT shareshock (SHER' -shak ) The acute sensation of overwhelming horror and mortification experienced upon learning that your mom documented
Tapolexia An inability to understand how touch screen technology works Used in a sentence: 9 His severe tapolexia prevented him from understanding th
CRACKEDcO Netsonality: a facade personality--on -one that differs from one's real life personality-- used by people when interacting online.
GIGAGOALIE UGHN VA One who is adept at intercepting falling electronic devices prior to impact or immersion
NETFLIX Password Parasite (n.)-al an individual who only interacts with you in order to obtain your account information to avoid spending the small mo
Golk: verb I'gok\ 8 to take (an animal) for a walk for the exclusive purpose of playiing reality augmented games outsideo Usually lasts two hours long
27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life
Tech Sheep Noun INtek ipl One who wants to keep up with the latest tech gadgets that the flock has. CRACKED COM
GRACKED CONT Notifi- catching (n.) Discovering that some notifications bubbles disappeared from his phone / computer, proving that someone else had a
Crashole AAT -46 300 Mess PM (n) I krash hol 1 480 lor moo Walmsairt o dorchesten? an irresponsible aer thait. Sounds person who will good. Thanx On m
Shadow Browser Noun IV'ad OUs br'aeuszar\ One who views their smart device while their screen brightness is lowered for privacy. CRACKED COM
BERSERKAR A term used to describe a self- driving car with a malfunction in its ethics software, overriding its program to always value the life of it
CRACKEDco Augist (n.) It comes from the words SOMs Augmented and Realist. A person who looks at reality through the augmented reality applications
CRACKED.CON Paleocord (n) An old, outdated computer cable. He kept a box of paleocords in the mistaken belief that they would one day be useful.
27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life
GRAGKEDe CON THe Douche Wand (n.) The contraption people use to take photos of themselves instead of stretching out their own arms.
Screen Walker Noun I lskri:n 'wa:kal One who aimlessly wanders around while staring at their smART device screen like a mindless zombie.
Frontie That embarrassing image you take when you accidentally tap on your phone's front camera. A: Dammit, this is like the third frontie I have take
27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life
Choarder -person who insists their phone must be charging 24/7 regardless of the actual charge of their phone or the battery life of those around them
CRACKEDCON Pavlov's smog noun 1. An atmosphere of notification sounds in public spaces that causes everyone in the crowd to instinctively reach for th
red-bubbling 2 9 verb 1. Purposefully not opening IM and texting apps to avoid giving the sender read receipts. Mike wants me to help him move, SO I'
snappre.hension snapra'hensHan/ 1. The fear that those racy pictures you sent via a disappearing message app did not actually self-destruct. CRACKED
27 Suggested Words And Phrases For Describing Modern Life
The PIZZA GRIP: Speaking into one's mobile phone while holding it flat/horizontal, giving the appearance of a person eating a slice of pizza. Typicall
ante snope noun An individual who shares or reposts polemic or tendentious stories or infographics, usually politically oriented, without first taking

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