The study of the (often inverse) relationship between the size of a persons ego and their true worth to society.
by Drazyl August 11, 2003
1. the logic used to justify ones actions for personal gain 2. the art of being self-centered 3. the actions and attitudes one takes to appear beter than others, that to the outside observer, shows he/she is a real jerk.
by Silly Dad August 12, 2003
Purchases made to satisfy the ego of the purchaser, rather than out of necessity. Often company directors subscribe to this philosophy.
by Ian Chode August 11, 2003
buy the domain for your pet vlog
by anonymous August 10, 2003
The Law of Egonomics states that; there is the Right Way; the Wrong Way and then there's My Way. If you don't like My Way you can hit the highway.
The Law of Egonomics apply when bad business decisions are made by Egotistical CEO's, Presidents or Managers.
by J. Allen R. September 12, 2003
by allemand August 11, 2003
the design factors of a room, usually an office, made to reduce the amount of discomfort for the person in the room
the position of his desk and computer were both ergonomically correct because they had smooth corners and good colours in which the man did not strain his eyes when looking at the objects
by chickaaa August 11, 2003