A form of pseudo-gamer that only plays what is famous or popular at the time such as Bioshock, Assassins Creed, CoD:MW, CoD: WaW, CoD:MW2, CoD:BO. A "pop-gamer" is not deffined mainly by what he/she plays but by what he/she plays and a lack of knowledge or playtime with other games meaning that one who plays Black Ops yet could still tell you what Aprature Science is and what series and company made it and has played through Unreal and not just played Unreal Tourney '03/'04 and could not tell you the original name of Mario and what game he first cameo'd in.
Player 1: "Hey, want to play some CSS, I can make a quick server."
Player 2: "What is CSS?"
Player 1: "Counter Strike: Source."
Player 2: "What is Counter Strike: Source?"
*Player 1 sends link to Steam store page*
Player 2: "I only play Black Ops for 360 right now."
Player 1: "You are a total pop-gamer..."
Any internet programs, such as games, that take up a lot of bandwidth leaving you laggy.
I was playing War Rock but that Bandwidth Monster was hurting my KDR so I went over to Second Life which I forgot was another Bandwidth Monster.
Statistics usually made up to scare people to one side of an argument or to a different belief or value.
Scaretistic: Birth control fails 243% of the time!
Homemade iced tea; Another way of telling someone you have iced tea that you made, the term comes from the fact that homemade iced tea looks like mop water and the joke that a waiter/waitress that does not like a customer will bring them their iced tea with dirty water usually from a bucket that was used to clean the floor with.
My friend asked me what I had to drink and I told him that I just made mop water an hour ago if he wanted that.
When grabbing a snack food and getting two pieces when grabbing one.
*Man goes for a chip, pulls and another gets dragged out*
"Nice, 2-for-1 Sale."
A type of video game such as Farmville that is nothing big. Something on your downtime, or when you are doing something menial like updating your Facebook. These games do not take much attention and are not considered very much "big games" by the gaming community.
Hmm, got a few minutes before I have to go to school, some background games for now. Farmville or Miner Society?
-The odd man out, referencing the game series Gauntlet and an old add stating, "Four players, one has to be the valkyrie."
-To take what no one wants.
*Three friends play zombie shooter*
"I will take this well-lit, easy to barricade kitchen."
"I will take this well-lit, easy to defend hut."
"Looks like Player 3 will have to be the valkyrie and take the poorly-lit, multi-roomed, basement with a ton of corners for anything to hide behind and tunnels leading to who knows where."