1. One who claims ownership/ allegiance/ fondness for two or more entities popularly considered irreconcilable and/or arch-enemies. Originates from an mspaint comic from 4chan's /v/ which pokes fun of cultural jingoism in console wars. It reads:
Stickman 1, with Nintendo DS: HEY FAGGOT HOW ABOUT GETTING A REAL HANDHELD !!LOL!! LIKE A NINTENDO DS
Stickman 2, with Sony PSP: But I have both already
S1: (eyes turn red) LOL NO YOU DONT YOU IDORT
S2: (holds up DS in addition to PSP)
S1: (head explodes)
(NB. While the third line of this comic is frequently used to express disbelief of another's "dual loyalty," it is often misquoted as "LOL NO YOU DONT IDORT." Properly, there should be another "YOU" before "IDORT.")
2. Also sometimes used to refer to the red-eyed stickman character himself, rather paradoxically (since his friend is the one who is the "idort").
-Bob: I like both the Yankees and the Red Sox.
Rob: lol no you dont you idort.
2. -I'm going to use actual rubies for the eyes of my life-sized Idort statue.
Typically appears as part of the phrase 'LOL NO U DONT IDORT", the speaker of which would perceivably be an enraged fanboy refusing to acknowledge the claims being made by said "idort". Though intended as an insult, the outburst instead reflects upon the juvenile nature and simple-mindedness of the speaker, placing the "idort" as a cool, calm and collected alternative to the oft-rampant jingoism and bias found within the gaming fandom.
Originated in an MS Paint comic widely circulated around 4chan's /v/ (video game) board, with the proto-idort claiming ownership of both the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP handheld gaming systems.
"LOL NO U DONT IDORT!"