a crime committed on the world wide web
ident*ty theft and websites which advertise their services as being free but charge a fee after the customer signs up are only two examples of webscams.

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    a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically elaborated into an organized system given by reading tweets. a person would think, when they see someone subtweet, it is about them. tweet: she just gave me the nastiest lasagna ever. jim: i saw your tweet. you could’ve just told me […]

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  • pew fart

    a nasty smelling fart someone turns loose of in church, but won’t own up to, and totally goes against going to church in the first place. martha: “pssst! marvin, did you just fart?” marvin: “you know me better than that! there’s no way i’d let a pew fart in church.”

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