A person who is addicted to twitter. They tend to tweet
at least 20 times per day, follow at least 200 people, and attain at least 150 followers. Since twitterholics tend to do very little other than use twitter, Twitters intended purpose of quick messages about what you are doing is not enough to satisfy their need to tweet, therefore they carry out conversations, share links, and play games (like Colorwars). Twitterholics are competitive about their stats, trying to post more than anybody else, or have more friends/followers than anybody else (progress can be tracked on twitterholic.com).
Person 1: Hey, wanna go do something?
Person 2: Can't, I gotta tweet a bunch, one of my friends just got to his 10,000th update and I'm still at 9,500!
Person 1: Dude, you're such a twitterholic
The practice of finding and abusing loopholes in written and spoken contracts. Used mainly by lawyers, in court and in everyday life.
Spoken Contract by Lawyer: If the iPhone comes out at Macworld I will buy you one
Person: Umm, ok, Steve announced the iPhone. You'll buy me one when it comes out in June, right?
Lawyer: No, in fact, I said if the iPhone COMES OUT at macworld i'd buy you one, which it didn't, so therefore I am in no way obligated to purchase said phone for you.
Person: Come on, quit playing Lawyer Ball