He / She doesn't like losing and will come up with all sorts of excuses.
It's what defines the person's life as he/she doesn't really have one and therefore they will vigorously defend their status so they are not seen as a 'noob' online.
Derived from Godzilla, the gargantuan reptilian star of Japanese "B" horror movie genre. Introduced in 1954 as "Gojira", Godzilla is the embodiment of all that is massive, destructive, and extremely difficult to defeat. Ergo, "'zilla" in both the stand-alone adjective and suffix forms represents those same charecteristics. Linguistically, the "z-l" combo has stronger audiological punch than "j-r", thus giving "'zilla" more connotative power than "'jira".
The creator of Micorsoft could easily be dubbed "Gateszilla."
My mother-in-law truly lives up to her nickname, Janezilla.
(1) a suffix personifying the root word
(2) just a suffix used to make a word more intense (read: retarded)
A: Damn, we got alot of homework
A: Look at that kid with the girl pants, black hair, and a depressed look
B: emozilla right there