The pronounciation for MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game), as used by Ben "Yahtzee" Crowshaw, a video game reviewer.
Example: ". . . A set of red flags came up that brought me to a serious realization: one-click combat, endless drudging from place to place, quests involving killing x amount of monster y for lazy stationary cockhead zed, This is a mumorpuger!"
Internet Forums' new curse word used to describe remotely ANY possible video on the internet. The level of negative energy that is emitted by FAKE is comparable as that to an annoying movie goer who spoils the movie that you watch, or the viewer who spoils the magic trick that you see, or the viewer who suffers from an inferiority complex and copes by demeaning the essence of any form of media by babbling of how something is fake.
"Omg, did you see the guy who was shot in the face? That was so fake!"
"I saw this vid where someone threw his monitor down 2 floors. That was so FAKE!"
"I just saw a video about anything. that was so FAKE!"
"Did you see the video about the cat who chased the ball? That was so FAKE! They dubbed in the ball with a greenscreen! See? You can see the lines!!!!!1111"
An alternate expression for the middle finger. Often gestured in heavily urbanized areas where sleep is of a myth and stress is more abundant than polluted air. Considered a salute because it is one of the most prevalent ways in which a stranger engages another individual like a hand shake or a hug is prominent in lesser disturbed regions.
Guy 1: Dude, I hailed a taxi cab but the bastard ignored me so I gave him the urban salute.
It is a bastardization of the word with the same definition: Easter Egg, which is defined as a painted or chocolate egg that has been hidden by the Easter Bunny. It is derived from the politically correct paranoia that has engulfed every essence that was the Christmas Season which is now the Winter Holiday Season and is often used by public figures and fanatical individuals who are too scared to offend anyone by saying Easter Egg. It is much more annoying because Easter Egg is also defined as a prize or hidden feature found in various visual media outlets, compelling people to use Spring Egg all year round.
Person 1: Dude, how many Easter Eggs did you find in Lost?
Person 2: BLASPHEMY! The Lost series does not have any Easter eggs, idiot! They have spring eggs!
Person 1: What?! Are you serious?! Referencing Easter Eggs in movies and games have no underlined religious implications!
Person 2: aserwernkubawr
Person 1: I did not understand what you just said. Oh that's right, you paranoid fanatica morons always have your heads up your asses.
The EA strategy refers to the strategy in which, when a company recreates a product, the company's lack of intuitive and spontaneous creativity results in replicating the same product instead of innovating it, often referring to unintuitive sequels or spin offs of video games or movies. Coined and referenced by Ben "yahtzee" Croshaw, a video game reviewer for The Escapist.
"I admire a series that tries to mix things up, not just release the same game every bloody year in what is known as the EA Strategy."