1. a contraction of the words "who" and "are;" seldom used in written language due to its awkward appearance.
2. the fantasy literature alternative to "whore" or "prostitute," because everybody knows that apostrophes in odd places and double vowels have the power to change any word into a fantasy literature word.
Buddy: Who're you writing that dumb definition for?
Sal: Wow, that would have appeared awkward in writing!
Tha'lanaa'kaei: Thou artest a diirty who're for thieverying the inno'cence of my liittle bro'ther!
Kasae'liaanaa: He arteth my huusband now, wench! I am permitted su'uch!
A rather famous work of fiction that took over 1500 years to write and edit and still didn't turn out well.
Comparable to the modern-day Twilight series for its unnecessary length and number of sequels; poor quality of writing; overuse of sparkles; and annoyingly melodramatic characters (see: God; see: Bella).
Both works are also more renowned for their obnoxious fanbases than their artistic merit (or lack thereof).
"Man, some Jehovah's Witnesses came to my door again yesterday. They scare me a little, but I don't know how to tell them I don't want their Bible."
"Pfft, Jehovah's Witness. I can handle them with one hand tied behind my back. It's the Cult of Edward you gotta watch out for."