The person in your family or office that constantly preaches recycling. They dig through your trash and in front of you and your peers, call you out for not recycling. They can usually be spotted by their unusal attire of all "recycled" clothes (ie thrift store threads) (see thrift whore) or by all the recylce stickers and messaging on their messenger bag or reusable coffee mugs. They are organ donors and drive a veggie bus. See tree hugger
Michael Bolton: Did you see what Loren did the other day?
Peter: Yeah, she was totally digging out my printed out emails from my trash can and verbally assaulting me in front of Lumberg about not recycling the paper.
Occurs when you can't remember where you heard something or read something, but you know it was on your phone.
Often occurs when reading email and text messages on the go - you forget about the message until something else in life reminds you and you then remember when/where you received that text or email.
Common belief is that it occurs because since you are not sitting anchored to a desk or a laptop, you forget the message context because your attention is immediately drawn to the car in front of you, your kid screaming in the backseat, having to pay for groceries, or any other activity "on the go". See threadnesia, cell phone amnesia, e-mnesia
Lumberg: Peter, do you have that TPS report? I emailed you 2 days ago.
Peter: Oh yeah, huh. I think I got that message when I was at the strip club so I kinda forgot about it. Ya know, I do have a wicked case of Digital Amnesia now with this iPhone. Can I get it to you tomorrow?
Your Facebook friend that makes daily wallposts about what day the week it is... constantly reminding you that "It's definately a Monday", or "Still-a-Monday-Tuesday", or "Hump Day Wednesday", or "Almost-There-Thursday" or "TGIF!". Often accompanied with some kind of negative tone about the work week and/or asking if the weekend is here yet.
dude 1: Damn, I've been raging so hard - I dunno even know what day it is!
dude 2: Me neither, lemme consult my Facebook Calendar - oh there it is, I see we are "halfway through the work week, Happy Hump Day!"