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What's the most hideous bastard spawn of cyberspace?

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So popular has our "top net neologism" poll proved that we're now bowing to reader pressure and inviting submissions for the "most repulsive bastard spawn of cyberspace" - words so hideous in their aspect that they cause lovers of the English language to vent steam through both ears while firing up the Twat-O-Tron.

Regulars know the drill: Fire your nominations to me here, or post 'em as a comment to this story. We'll subject the top 20 or so to a public vote in a couple of weeks.

To get you started, try this: Webinar. Now, if you'll excuse me I'm just off to slap the fucktard who invented that gem. Back later. ®

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