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119 definitions by guido1

Informal inflation index "voted upon" by "short" and "long" day-traders in global market. Roughly a measure of inflationary forces vs deflationary monetary assets. Some of the obvious indicators are called the Dow, Nasdaq, and the Standard and Poors. Calculated roughly as the inverse of the monetary symbol, as in the US, the dollar.
Stockflation has become the modern mantra for the illusion of wealth.
by Guido1 September 18, 2008
Taking your freshly bought Chinese scooter to work instead of your gas guzzling Escalade.
Honey, if you gas-up the Escalade today, I will scootcommute.
by Guido1 June 17, 2008
A word combining: neo (new), pseudo (false), and idiotic.
Generally, an idea or thought process, that is represented as a novel, unique, or a new way of viewing some subject or person; however, that view is fundamentally wrong, flawed, or misrepresented and is usually nonsencical.
I listened to Rush Limbaugh and found that most of his remarks were neopseudotic.
by Guido1 May 28, 2008
Basically meaning something that resembles a virtual character such as a created character via cyberspace. Online role playing virtual environments as Second Life use avatars to portray life-like characters. Avatar has its origin in the Hindu religion as depicting role playing gods, hence a possible dualistic meaning, also.
Bobby plays so many role playing internet games, that sometimes I think he is a real life quasi-avatar.
by Guido1 March 16, 2008
A coined word hybridizing cyber cybernetics and phil (philo), Greek meaning loving. Basically meaning the love of all cool electronic comunication devices.
That kid has a computer, IPOD, PDA, I Phone, laptop, and a GPS, what a cyberphile.
by Guido1 March 15, 2008
Sex acts that bring down the rich and famous.
Why do so many politicians practice implosion sex?
by Guido1 March 12, 2008
A middle school birth control device.
Jeremy's little brother carries a condomminium in his wallet, ha, ha.
by Guido1 March 12, 2008