Tuesday, September 05, 2006


e-: Prefix used to describe anything related to the Internet.

e-quip: To send or receive little jokes by e-mail
Example: I have e-quipped myself by reading my mail today. I am now properly e-quipped.

e-tard: Someone having no knowlege pertaining to computers or the internet.
Example: Don't be an e-tard, just click on the file menu.

e-maize: the complexity of the internet.
Example: I was bewildered by the web's e-maize!

e-hole: Someone who talks about nothing but the internet and has no concept of much else.
Example: The swarm of people who moved to that city over the past few years are mostly e-holes.

1 comment:

Peter Carter said...

I haven't heard of any of these! But surely "e-maize" should be "e-maze". Best wishes, Peter