A subculture based on conscious, artificial adoption of things that are in widespread use, proven to be acceptable, or otherwise inoffensive. Ultra-conformists.
First featured as a fictional population in the webcomic Templar, Arizona, but normcores are totally real.
Oh, shee-it! You just got gang signed by the worst of 'em! Y'see the slight forward tilt of the chin, and the causal "hey" with the silent H? That means he's NORMCORE. Dangerously regular. Dresses only in T-shirts and jeans, uses slang appropriated from other subcultures, but only 3 years after its first use, an' only after it's been used in a sitcom."
Proper noun. Intentional mutilation of the traditional name Scott, though homophonous in some regional varieties of North American English due to the linguistic "cot/caught merger". Typically used by overeducated Anglophiles who have little else to distinguish themselves.
He was Scott when I knew him in elementary school, but now that he's gone to college it's Skaught, and we're all supposed to be like, "Ooooh, you're so interesting and deviant!"
adj. Related to glom
, extending the sense of "cling or grab" to describe an item or concept that requires unusual effort to grasp. Great mass or unwieldiness is commonly indicated.
I would go down to Pete's Aria for lunch, but I hate trying to muckle
onto those great, glommy pizza slices.