Suggestions for Urban Dictionary: Dramer, Hollywaif

During the course of my day to day life, I sometimes squish words together to create new words that become part of my vocabulary.  Now, I am not saying I have invented these terms, but I did check the UrbanDictionary and these don’t seem to be out there…I think they should! Huzzah!

A strange blue cyber background with black lines going vertical and horizontal. The image of a woman takes up a third of the frame and she is starting at a the small image of a meme where someone is wearing a rainbow afro. "Support MindFuel Blog on Patreon" is meticulously crafted into a graphical overlay which obfuscates part of the underlying artistry. So sad.

Girls who practice or believe in the rail-thin, blows over in a slight breeze, toothpick, size negative-4 standard of beauty that inspires people to starve, puke their food after eating, screws with the psyche of perfectly healthy females, and destroys the standards of true beauty so companies can sell more snake oil and surgery.

I know a number of guys who are into the hollywaif body style, I know a girl or two who fit this definition and are perfectly nice people – I just think it represents an artificial standard that isn’t for everyone.  I am not saying obesity is the answer, but there is nothing wrong with being a healthy weight either.

People who clog a MMOG and start little cliques  that get into emotional battles and use the game as forum to enact a plotless soap opera.  The drama that ensues overtakes the actual intent of the game, and people who are actually gamers (there to play the game) find it increasingly difficult to play the game in earnest because there is so much drama going on.  Some MMOGS even cater to dramers by offering in-game marriages, showing relationships between avatars, and selling entire lines of equipment and clothing that are purely for fashion and have nothing to do with game-play itself.  Why do MMOGS do this? Because dramers will spend REAL cash on their IMAGINARY life!! Go figure.

Fun stuff, huh?

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